Christmas letter royal mail (stamped addressed envelope required)
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Christmas letter royal mail (stamped addressed envelope required)

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Found 16th Nov 2016
Send a free letter to address above to get a revert back great idea for kids

It's really important you write Santa's address carefully on a stamped envelope, and that you include your full name and address so I can write back to you.

Please send your letters to me by Friday 9 December so I have time to reply.

Looking forward to delivering your presents on Christmas Eve. Make sure you remember my mince pie and Rudolph's carrot!

Merry Christmas to you all!

LINK TO INFO HERE royalmail.com/let…nta thanks friends

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Sloth/Mod

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Already ordered my daughters a letter each from nspcc but my eldest is going to write her 1st letter to Santa this year so will be sending it here!

arorasmail

Send a free letter to address above to get a revert back great idea for … Send a free letter to address above to get a revert back great idea for kids



Can't see where it says it's FREEPOST. Link please.

it's not free post. States that it has to be a stamped envelope

branx77

it's not free post. States that it has to be a stamped envelope



​It's free to send it. But you must include a stamped addressed envelope in which the reply comes.

branx77

it's not free post. States that it has to be a stamped envelope



​It's free to send it. But you must include a stamped addressed envelope in which the reply comes.

http://www.royalmail.com/letters-to-santa

Says here to send a stamped letter to santa not an envelope?

samantharedman7

Says here to send a stamped letter to santa not an envelope?


I think you adress an envelope to Santa with a stamp on it, and in the envelope put a piece of paper with the child's name and address. He then sends a letter back without a stamp.

It would be helpful if the OP came back and explained exactly what the 'deal' is. If it really is 'FREE' could a mod move this to the appropriate section!

I've added a link to the OP with info hth

Original Poster

Thanks haylhoo

We did this last year, Let your child write a letter (or a bit of art in our case) Then write the child's name & address on the letter, Pop it in a stamped envelope to the address above & post.
It's 'free' in effect as your not paying for the reply letter but are paying the cost of a stamp/envelope.
I put 2 in one envelope & both received replies.
Edited by: "mrandmrsharris" 17th Nov 2016

mrandmrsharris

We did this last year, Let your child write a letter (or a bit of art in … We did this last year, Let your child write a letter (or a bit of art in our case) Then write the child's name & address on the letter, Pop it in a stamped envelope to the address above & post.It's 'free' in effect as your not paying for the reply letter but are paying the cost of a stamp/envelope.I put 2 in one envelope & both received replies.



​I put 4 in one envelope a few years ago, with 4 stamps so I wasn't being cheeky and only one child received a reply. Done it every year, sending 4 in total for the last 4 years and only had 4 replies on one occasion.
Always feels slightly futile and they come back scattered thru December so I need to hide them til they all come incase one doesn't get a letter.
I know it's free so I'm not expecting much but there aren't any guarantees.
Think I may do the nspcc this year instead

Original Poster

At Stratford mall they have arranged free postage too
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