Santa to attend Brain Injury Christmas Fayre
Flying in all the way from Lapland Santa Claus is visiting the first ever Brain Injury Foundation’s Christmas Fayre which will be held in Altnaveigh House on Saturday 1st December from 1pm to 5pm.
Speaking to our reporter before his sleigh took off, Santa said, “I just have to come over and see how all my helpers are doing because I hear they are very busy. I also have to help out a great charity like the Brain Injury Foundation which I know works so hard for brain injury survivors and their carers all year round.
“I have heard that many of these survivors and carers have been very busy in recent months getting ready for the Fayre. They have made lots of beautiful presents like Christmas Logs, wreaths, chutney, knitted clothing for Barbie dolls, hand knitted clothes for new babies and a fantastic range of handmade Christmas cards, bookmarks and key rings.
Santa continued, “I believe there will be other goods on sale too, like Christmas cakes, cup cakes, tray bakes, plants and shrubs. Someone told me too that there will be a special treat for the mummies and daddies as they can have some lovely hot mulled wine and mince pies.
“But of course, I think the children will much rather see me than all the stalls. I am looking forward to meeting them and hearing about their letters and lists.
“Their mummies and daddies can take photos of me with them and every child will get a selection box so I hope the mummies and daddies have been saving up their pennies to make a small donation of £3 per child to the Brain Injury Foundation.”
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