Write To Santa A Huge Success

Community   |   Faversham   |   Sittingbourne   |   January 8, 2024   |   Liz


Our Write to Santa campaign that was delivered by the Harrisons Elf Service lit up the hearts and minds of so many children in Swale this year – far more than we imagined!

With 63 children writing to Santa, it’s safe to say the team at the North Pole were busy compiling their gifts and loading them onto the sleigh ready to be delivered. 

So many letters!

We were so pleased to be able to hand deliver all replies to the 63 letters with the help of a few Elves. The children absolutely loved getting their replies, and to see the looks on their faces was even better – that’s what we believe Christmas is all about. 

We even donated two laptops along the way!

We aren’t joking when we say every single one of those children wrote thoughtful, imaginative and kind letters to Santa, and each and every child is a credit to their parents and carers. 

From Lego to sweeties, we know that many wishes were contained within Santa’s letters, and I have it on good authority that he is keeping every single one on file in his office.


What beautiful writing!

We would like to say a huge thank you to all the children and their helpers who wrote letters. Lynsted school staff informed us how enjoyable the children found it, and we would also like to personally say a big well done for the children’s beautiful writing, spelling and drawings. Santa was most impressed!

Money raised for local schools

The Write to Santa campaign raised an astonishing £350 for local schools. Thank you!

With Christmas 2023 firmly behind us now, we look forward to being able to connect Swale’s children with Santa at the end of this new and exciting year. 

We are already wondering what will be on their lists!

See you next Christmas, for more Letters to Santa.



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