Free Royal Mail Letter from Santa / RNIB Letter From Santa for blind and partially sighted children
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Free Royal Mail Letter from Santa / RNIB Letter From Santa for blind and partially sighted children

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Edited by:"goldy12"Found 16th Oct
Royal Mail Letter
Christmas is coming It's and we know you want to make sure that your letter to Santa Claus gets to him. Please remember, as Santa says: get your letter posted by Friday 8 December.
royalmail.com/let…nta


RNIB Letter
RNIB Letter From Santa helps blind and partially sighted children
Closing Date 1st December 2017 for letters or 15th December via e mail
rnib.org.uk/inf…nta
There is no cost to receive a letter from Santa, but, in the spirit of giving, if you'd like to make a donation

NSPCC Santa letter has already been posted by "kevnemma"
https://www.hotukdeals.com/profile/kevnemma

Top comments

This is amazing this service. My son has been getting it for the last few years on an audio CD, this year he is finally ready to receive one in Braille, so exciting!

Gibbo19821 h, 12 m ago

Just a heads up - the Royal Mail letter was very disappointing last year. …Just a heads up - the Royal Mail letter was very disappointing last year. Both my girls got exactly the same letter (card) with the same printed text and no personalisation, not even their name on it (except on the envelope!). I complained to their customer service who didn't seem to want to know, hopefully it has improved this year.Regardless, I am going to be trying the NSPCC one this time.


To be fair.... it’s free
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What a wonderful idea

Amazing find!!!!

chezybezy even more so with the strike threat

This is amazing this service. My son has been getting it for the last few years on an audio CD, this year he is finally ready to receive one in Braille, so exciting!

Just a heads up - the Royal Mail letter was very disappointing last year. Both my girls got exactly the same letter (card) with the same printed text and no personalisation, not even their name on it (except on the envelope!). I complained to their customer service who didn't seem to want to know, hopefully it has improved this year.

Regardless, I am going to be trying the NSPCC one this time.

Gibbo19821 h, 12 m ago

Just a heads up - the Royal Mail letter was very disappointing last year. …Just a heads up - the Royal Mail letter was very disappointing last year. Both my girls got exactly the same letter (card) with the same printed text and no personalisation, not even their name on it (except on the envelope!). I complained to their customer service who didn't seem to want to know, hopefully it has improved this year.Regardless, I am going to be trying the NSPCC one this time.


To be fair.... it’s free

Get it now before the strike

rachelgetty19945 h, 58 m ago

To be fair.... it’s free


To be fair.... it's not. You have to buy a stamp for each letter.

Like I said my comment was just a heads up, but I think you're missing the point. I didn't say it wasn't good value for money, just a not a very good concept that spoilt the magic of Christmas for my daughters somewhat. To not even put their name at the top of the letter when they can manage to do it on the envelope is pretty poor.

It is worth underlining that the RNIB Letter from Santa is for Blind and Partially Sighted children as the OP stated. Alternative media (e.g. braille) is provided - quite different to the offer from Royal Mail. I am sure that donations to Sooty would be very welcome to support this amazing offer.
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