You can get a free Christmas Letter from Santa all the way from the North Pole!
The end of the year is a very busy time for Santa.
The elves are making all the toys, working long days and into the nights to make sure your presents arrive on time. Rudolph and the rest of the reindeer are preparing for their long journey, deciding what snacks to take and brushing up on their navigational skills.
Santa has been choosing all the wrapping paper for the year and Mrs Claus has been scolding him to eat less of the mince pies left out for him (as last year he may have put on a little extra weight).
Even though the North Pole is very far away, you can still write a Christmas Letter or Card to Santa - he loves to hear from children!
If you want to write to Santa, then note down the following address...
Santa / Father Christmas
Make sure you have:
- Written to the correct address
- Used a stamped envelope
- Included your full name & address (so Santa can reply!)
Santa will reply to as many Christmas Letters as he can, on breaks from overseeing the toy production line and feeding Rudolph and his pals.
As he is such a busy chap with lots to do, please make sure you have written him your Christmas letter by no later than Saturday 6th December.
For more information you can check out www.royalmail.com/letters-to-santa - happy writing!