Santa to send a special letter from North Pole - The Solihull Observer

Santa to send a special letter from North Pole

Solihull Editorial 2nd Dec, 2023   0

A HEART-WARMING letter from Santa for youngsters across Solihull will be helping to fund lifeline care at Acorns Children’s Hospice this Christmas.

Father Christmas has teamed up with the charity to send out a magical and personalised letter to children in the area and bring some extra special sparkle to their letterbox in time for the festive season.

The donations from every single letter will help the charity continue its vital care for sick children and their families through Christmas and beyond.

Vicki Rowles, Acorns’ director of fundraising, said: “Our colourful Letters From Santa are filled with personalised messages for your child and are sprinkled with festive spirit from the big man himself.

“With an official North Pole stamp, you can imagine the look of joy and excitement on your child’s face when they see the letter on the doormat.

“The letter will make this holiday season truly unforgettable for your child and every donation you make will mean that we can be stronger together for children across Solihull and their families this Christmas.”




There are three different letter designs to choose from, and letters will be posted from today (December 1) onwards.

There is a suggested donation of £6.


In the past year, the charity has cared for more than 730 children across Birmingham and the wider West Midlands, and almost 1,000 families, including those who are bereaved.

Acorns needs around £30,000 each day to provide its children’s hospice care, with two thirds of that amount coming from generous donations and fundraising by the local community.

To get your letter from Father Christmas click here.

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