St Luke’s Hospice in Harrow brings Santa to Zoom!

Santa is super busy this year. He’s quarantining with his elves in his workshop and making sure that everything is COVID-secure for his big night!


While nothing is going to stop Santa visiting children’s homes on Christmas Eve, he’s not sure he’s going to be able to see them in Grottos across Harrow and Brent in the lead up to Christmas – with opportunities to meet Santa in person being cancelled.

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However, working with St Luke’s Hospice, Santa is going to be meeting as many children as possible via the magic of the internet! He’ll be available for appointments starting on Friday 4th December live into living rooms to make children’s Christmas.

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As well as a one-to-one chat with the big man himself and his Chief Elf, children will also get a personalised thank you letter and a little treat in the post afterwards. In advance, parents will be able to share what their children have asked for in their letter from Santa, as well as the opportunity to hide a little treat from Santa somewhere in the room – making the experience a truly magical one!

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All money raised from the Zoom With Santa experience will go to St Luke’s Hospice – helping to provide vital care to people towards the end of their life across Harrow and Brent.


Appointments are available throughout December Prices start from £12.50.