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Visit Father Christmas at Hamlet Centre

PUBLISHED: 06:30 05 December 2014

The Hamlet Centre Trust's children's services building in Norwich.; Photo by Simon Finlay

The Hamlet Centre Trust's children's services building in Norwich.; Photo by Simon Finlay

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A charity is inviting families to visit Father Christmas’ workshop, with proceeds going towards its work with children and young adults with disabilities and complex health needs.

The Hamlet Centre Trust will be hosting the visits at its children’s service’s building in Johnson Place, Norwich, every Saturday and Sunday until Christmas from 10am to midday and from 1pm to 3pm.

A visit to Father Christmas costs £5 per child, which includes a gift and a photograph. No prior booking is required and all proceeds will go to charity,

Rachel Hogg, marketing and fundraising co-ordinator for The Hamlet Centre Trust, said: “All families are welcome and we are sure they will have a great time at this exciting time of year.”

For more information, visit www.hamletcentre.org.uk


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