Royal Mail Will Reply To Your Children's Santa Letters For Free
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It might be October still, but Christmas is creeping ever closer and soon it will be time for your little ones to write out their requests in a letter to Santa Claus himself.
And once again this year, Royal Mail will continue the tradition of helping Father Christmas to reply to as many boys and girls as he can and all it will take you as parents, is the cost of a single stamp.
Just make sure your kids write their note by 6th December and he will reply to as many as he can.
Santa said: "Dear boys and girls, Christmas is a very exciting but busy time for me: the elves are making toys, the reindeer are practising their sleigh runs, and I'm busy preparing my list of who's been good this year.
"I will be getting my sleigh ready for the long journey on Christmas Eve, and in between I will try to reply to as many of you as possible."
He's a very busy guy, so make sure you send your child's letter sooner rather than later to be in with more of a chance of a response.
Plus, if you get them thinking about Father Christmas as soon as possible, perhaps they'll be on their best behaviour until December 25th. We can all hope anyway.
Just be sure to send to the correct address and include an unused stamp within the envelope.
Send your letters to:
He added that he was excited for Christmas Eve when he sets off around the world.
"Looking forward to delivering your presents on Christmas Eve. Make sure you remember my mince pie and Rudolph's carrot!" Santa said.
Like we'd forget that Santa, who do you take us for?
To find out more or check the address of Santa's house, head to Royal Mail's website here.