Children hoping to write the perfect letter to Santa are invited to attend a special workshop, hosted by elves, complete with express delivery to Father Christmas himself.
The Entertainer is to bring back 2019’s popular Letters to Santa workshops, where expert letter-writing elves will create magical memories for kids by helping them add a little extra sparkle to their Christmas letters.
Using North-Pole approved worksheets to complete activities in a winter wonderland workshop, kids will craft their perfect letter to Santa before having them delivered by The Entertainer’s elves, direct to the North Pole. Adding to the festive fun, children can expect a personal reply from Father Christmas himself.
The workshops were a huge success in 2019, with more than 22,757 children working alongside Santa’s elves to get in touch with Father Christmas himself, and receiving their very own letter from deep in the North Pole.
Gary Grant, founder and executive chairman of The Entertainer, said: “These workshops promise to be a really magical way for families to kick off their Christmas preparations. Our elves will be ready in store with lots of festive cheer, knowing exactly how to draw out children’s creativity as they write the most important letter of the year. What’s more, they’ll receive a letter back from Father Christmas before the big day, adding to the excitement. It’s an unmissable date for the festive calendar that will not only be a fun day out, create magical memories and keepsakes, but it’ll help Father Christmas to get organised ready for his biggest night of the year.”
Gary added: “We might have missed out on a little magic last year, but Christmas 2021 promises to be bigger and better than ever.”
The workshops will take place at The Entertainer stores nationwide, and at Early Learning Centre stores at Birmingham Bullring and Kingston upon Thames, on 6th, 13th, and 20th November. The drop-in sessions will run between 11am and 3pm.
Families who can’t attend in person, or who are more comfortable shopping online, can craft the perfect email to Santa instead.