There are a number of different free Santa mail options to bring some joy to your child this year 🙂
Royal Mail – Letters to Santa
If you haven’t heard about it before, basically your child can write a letter to Father Christmas, pop a stamp on it and put it in the letter box by 11th December to get your free response from ‘Santa’!
Make sure you prep your child beforehand as the Royal Mail cant guarantee a reply and obviously with added pressure on the postal service this year they may not be able to respond to everyone. I have heard mixed experiences but it would be nice to try and maybe if they don’t get a response by Christmas eve you could put one together yourself 🙂
The address you need is….
RNIB – Letters from Santa for blind and partially sighted children.
If your child is blind or partially sighted, RNIB are offering letters from Santa in your childs preferred reading format. To get a reply fill out the online form (you can upload a copy of your child’s letter) or if you would like to post a letter make sure you do it by the deadline 1st December to this address (includes your childs first and last name).
If you are running a little late you can email instead to firstname.lastname@example.org by 21st December.
Portable North Pole personalised Santa video messages
There are a couple of free options on this website they allow for basic customisation such as your childs name, age and picture and you get sent it via email to show them when you like.