We’ve been warned that Christmas won’t be the same this year.
Social restrictions will probably still be in place when December 25 arrives – meaning there’ll be rules on how many people we’re actually allowed to have around the table.
We may even be discouraged from visiting certain relatives if they live in a different area.
Yep. For us adults, it’s going to be a tricky year. But that doesn’t mean Christmas has to lose its magic for the kids.
The Royal Mail has a delightful festive service up-and-running for 2020 that’s sure to put a smile on youngsters’ faces.
If they write a letter to Santa – he’ll send one back from Santa’s Grotto!
The Royal Mail ‘Letters to Santa‘ service asks kids to send their post to the ‘Reindeerland’ before Friday 11 December, and Santa will respond with a letter of his own before the big day.
Parents should ask their children to:
- Write Santa’s address carefully on the envelope
- Put a stamp on the envelope so it gets to me
- Include your full name and address in your letter
All letters should be addressed to Santa/Father Christmas, Santa’s Grotto, Reindeerland, XM4 5HQ.
So, no matter how weird Christmas might seem this year, at least the enchanting festive spirit can at least remain intact.
Learn more about the Letters to Santa service by visiting the Royal Mail website.
Oh, and the big fella will also be at the Trafford Centre from November, if you fancied meeting him in person.