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Santa’s ready for your Christmas wish list

Santa’s ready for your Christmas wish list

Mr and Mrs Claus are ready to receive children’s Christmas wish lists for 2015, with Santa’s elves eager to hear what gifts will fill the workshop this year.

Every year Santa invites children to write him a letter or email with their Christmas wish list. Santa has trimmed his beard and polished his boots and is ready to get to work on all of the gifts children are hoping for this December.

Christmas is a busy time for Santa and his helpers so be sure to send your wish list off by Monday 30 November to receive a response from Santa in the mail.

You can write Santa a letter using your favourite stationary, including your full name, address and postcode. Don’t forget to include a stamp before sending it to:

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If you don’t want to write Santa a letter you can leave him a message at www.nzpost.co.nz/santaletter

New Zealand Post is assisted by the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind again this year to provide special large print and Braille letters for children who are blind or have low vision.

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