Send your letters to Santa by 20th December for an individual response
Barchester’s Cadbury Hall Care Home, Yatton, has introduced a dedicated Santa’s Letterbox for local children and families to send letters to Father Christmas, North Pole and share their wishes ahead of the holiday season.
This initiative aims to bring joy and enchantment to local families and children are invited to drop off their letters to Father Christmas. Santa’s Letterbox is located by the front door of Cadbury Hall Care Home, Yatton, and to protect the letters from the weather, so Santa’s elves can collect the letters each night and stay warm and dry.
The residents of Cadbury Hall Care Home are excited and will be assisting Father Christmas in responding to each letter, making this season extra special for all members of the village and helping to create the magic of the holiday season.
Jake Ronaldson, Cadbury Hall Care Home, said: “We are thrilled to introduce Santa’s Letterbox for the first time to the village. We hope it spreads some fun and holiday magic this year for families. It will help to create a magical connection between the generations by involving the whole community, whether young or old in adding the extra sparkle to Christmas.
“Parents and guardians are encouraged to assist little ones in crafting their letters and sharing special memories when writing their letters.
“The letter box is easily accessible by the front door of the Cadbury Hall Care Home and letters received before 20th of December, will be responded to – please remember to add your address, so Father Christmas can respond to all letters, with the support of our wonderful residents. Santa’s Letterbox has been beautifully created locally by Waste Less Yatton and Yatton’s Repair Café.”
For more information regarding Santa’s Letterbox please contact: Jake Ronaldson
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