A special post box has been set up at Rochester post office so district children can start posting letters to Santa.ELAINE COONEY December 11, 2012 4:02am
Ballendella resident Tayla Arnott took a detour to the Rochester post office before daycare on Thursday to post her letter to Santa.
Children can start posting letters to Santa at the special post box — with a direct link to the North Pole — at Rochester post office.
Over the years, Santa, supported by the Rochester Lions Club, has received wonderful letters from the children of Rochester and his pen is at the ready to reply.
Children will receive letters back from Santa within a week.
Santa said children could ask him what they would like for Christmas, let him know if brothers or sisters were well behaved, or simply say ‘hello’.
When posting letters, make sure to write your name and address so Santa can write back.
If you have been good, he may include a balloon and lolly.
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