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Farm at heart of community looking for perfect Santa this Christmas

A farm in St Ann’s is looking for the perfect person to take on the role Santa this festive season.


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Could you be this year's on-farm Santa? #Christmas

Tis’ the season to be jolly - especially when it comes to farming festivities.

 

This year, Stonebridge City Farm, Nottingham, is looking for the perfect person to done the white beard and red suit and play Santa this Christmas.

 

The chosen volunteer will be asked to hand out gifts every day in December between 11am and 1pm.

 

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The farm will play host to magical Santa’s grotto built by a team of volunteers from Nottingham Building Society’s marketing department.

 

"We wanted to help as the farm is very much at the heart of the local community." said Rebekah Ward, assistant branch manager at The Nottingham’s Carlton Hill branch.

 

Set up in the late 70’s, the Stonebridge City Farm, its aim is provide a green and natural space for all to visit within a city environment.

 

Charity run and heavily involved with the locals, the farm has held Santa’s Grotto events previously and last year said it wanted to lift people’s spirits in response to an incident with on-farm vandalism.

 

For more info contact Reiss Sutton at Stonebridge City Farm on 0115 950 5113, or alternatively contact him by email reiss@stonebridgecityfarm.com.

 

To learn more about Stonebridge City Farm click here.


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