Santa’s Sleigh

After all the trial runs around Farnham, Santa had a smooth visit on Christmas Eve and he is now back home with a mug of hot chocolate and his feet up. The Reindeer are being fed and the Elves are giving the Sleigh a quick service. Another year done, but a year unlike any other!

From everyone at Farnham Round Table, Thank You for all the amazing support this year. Santa reckons he’s never seen socially distanced crowds like it and we have all been humbled by your generosity in these difficult times.

Santa will be back again in 2021. In the meantime, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year. Stay Safe!

All funds raised by the Sleigh this year will be going directly to Farnham Foodbank.

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