Christmas wishes can help poorly children at Grace House

Visiting Santa and his Elf in his grotto are (l to r) Joshua Hodgkinson, three, Ruby Hill, three and her sister Harriet, five and Karen Maclennan from Grace House.
Visiting Santa and his Elf in his grotto are (l to r) Joshua Hodgkinson, three, Ruby Hill, three and her sister Harriet, five and Karen Maclennan from Grace House.
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YOUNGSTERS have the chance to tell Santa Claus what they want in their stockings this Christmas – and help out a respite care for poorly children in the process.

Jolly Saint Nick is coming to Liberty Brown Pizza House Bar and Grill in Wessington Way every Saturday and Sunday this month, plus Monday December 22 to Wednesday, December 24, between midday and 4pm as part of a fund-raising drive.

At a cost of £10, children can spend half an hour with Santa and his elves and also get a surprise present.

Festive face painting fun will take place too, with a donation from each ticket being made to Grace House, in Southwick.

The facility is set to open in the new year and will offer short break and respite care to children and young people from across the North East who have complex disabilities, health needs and life-limiting conditions.

Karen Maclennan, senior fund-raiser at Grace House said: “We are extremely grateful for the fantastic support that we receive from Liberty Brown during their festive events and I’m sure all the children will have a fabulous time meeting Santa Claus in his grotto.”

To book a place for the event call Liberty Brown 516 9009.