NSPCC Letter From Santa (suggested donation of £5)
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NSPCC Letter From Santa (suggested donation of £5)

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Found 12th Nov 2017
The Christmas Magic begins with a letter from Santa.

Choose from 8 enchanting stories and new illustrations.

Every letter can be personalised with a child's name, age and more.

Proudly supported by Lindt, Letter from Santa helps bring the magic home to children this Christmas. 

A suggested £5 donation for every letter helps us cover the cost and means we can be there to keep more children safe.
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    SJHan1 h, 50 m ago

    Pretty sure Royal Mail do a letter to santa for free.


    By all means get one from Royalmail.
    I’m sure you give donations elsewhere. Though that sticky sock under your bed doesn’t count.
    londonderry10 h, 30 m ago

    Cold... the NSPCC want to jail parents who practice reasonable smacking... …Cold... the NSPCC want to jail parents who practice reasonable smacking... no thanks.



    Is it ever 'reasonable' for an adult to hit a child? if you can't communicate with your kid without the use of physical violence then you need to take a look at yourself.

    Great offer, heat added.
    Wow some people !!!
    Personally I think it’s wonderful they do these letters and all the want is a donation of £5 for a charity. People who get these letters from nspcc for free is not something you should say out loud because it’s terrible you can’t do one good thing and give a donation yet you want a printed letter from them
    Edited by: "Crazyspender" 12th Nov 2017
    princesslm53 m ago

    This was posted last month


    Has it now arrived?
    66 Comments
    Pretty sure Royal Mail do a letter to santa for free.
    Original Poster
    SJHan3 m ago

    Pretty sure Royal Mail do a letter to santa for free.

    These are far nicer letters
    I'll do my good deeds
    This was posted last month
    princesslm53 m ago

    This was posted last month


    Has it now arrived?
    SJHan1 h, 50 m ago

    Pretty sure Royal Mail do a letter to santa for free.


    By all means get one from Royalmail.
    I’m sure you give donations elsewhere. Though that sticky sock under your bed doesn’t count.
    Oneday7721 m ago

    By all means get one from Royalmail. I’m sure you give donations e …By all means get one from Royalmail. I’m sure you give donations elsewhere. Though that sticky sock under your bed doesn’t count.


    Oneday7729 m ago

    By all means get one from Royalmail. I’m sure you give donations e …By all means get one from Royalmail. I’m sure you give donations elsewhere. Though that sticky sock under your bed doesn’t count.

    Didn't realise this site was about paying more for things.
    Not exactly a "deal" is it?
    You don't have to pay,I've just had 6 letters for free
    SJHan2 h, 48 m ago

    Pretty sure Royal Mail do a letter to santa for free.

    we never got replies from royal mail last year. sent two letters on the 1st December which was well within the time to send. I was really disappointed as iv saved all my kids replies from every other year
    donnamaca8 m ago

    we never got replies from royal mail last year. sent two letters on the …we never got replies from royal mail last year. sent two letters on the 1st December which was well within the time to send. I was really disappointed as iv saved all my kids replies from every other year


    Just do these for free,I've been doing it for years and haven't paid a penny
    Wow some people !!!
    Personally I think it’s wonderful they do these letters and all the want is a donation of £5 for a charity. People who get these letters from nspcc for free is not something you should say out loud because it’s terrible you can’t do one good thing and give a donation yet you want a printed letter from them
    Edited by: "Crazyspender" 12th Nov 2017
    heres the free royal mail letter to santa link

    royalmail.com/let…nta
    Crazyspender38 m ago

    Wow some people !!! Personally I think it’s wonderful they do these l …Wow some people !!! Personally I think it’s wonderful they do these letters and all the want is a donation of £5 for a charity. People who get these letters from nspcc for free is not something you should say out loud because it’s terrible you can’t do one good thing and give a donation yet you want a printed letter from them


    Yes please free letter x6
    Oneday772 h, 5 m ago

    By all means get one from Royalmail. I’m sure you give donations e …By all means get one from Royalmail. I’m sure you give donations elsewhere. Though that sticky sock under your bed doesn’t count.


    Why do people have to insult others for an opinion they have made?

    Yes please free letter x6
    Crazyspender1 h, 4 m ago

    Wow some people !!! Personally I think it’s wonderful they do these l …Wow some people !!! Personally I think it’s wonderful they do these letters and all the want is a donation of £5 for a charity. People who get these letters from nspcc for free is not something you should say out loud because it’s terrible you can’t do one good thing and give a donation yet you want a printed letter from them

    This isn't Hot Charities UK.

    People come here for deals. This is listed as a "deal"

    Hardly a deal when RM do the same for £5 less, don't you think?
    tomdavidrichards51 m ago

    Why do people have to insult others for an opinion they have made? :(Yes …Why do people have to insult others for an opinion they have made? :(Yes please free letter x6


    Bit tight though.. atleast pay £1
    Edited by: "charliejade" 12th Nov 2017
    charliejade28 m ago

    Bit tight though.. atleast pay £1



    charliejade28 m ago

    Bit tight though.. atleast pay £1


    No thanks maybe you pay a donation on my behalf as you seem offended.thankyou.
    Cold... the NSPCC want to jail parents who practice reasonable smacking... no thanks.
    Hot! Helping a charity while getting something nice for my kids . Thanks op
    Bah! Humbug!
    If 235,800 people donate £5 each then it will be enough to cover the annual basic salary for NSPCC's executives. So don't be skinflints, guys, get them £5 notes out!
    londonderry10 h, 30 m ago

    Cold... the NSPCC want to jail parents who practice reasonable smacking... …Cold... the NSPCC want to jail parents who practice reasonable smacking... no thanks.



    Is it ever 'reasonable' for an adult to hit a child? if you can't communicate with your kid without the use of physical violence then you need to take a look at yourself.

    Great offer, heat added.
    Thankyou great offer and good cause. Shame about the few idiots on here but im sure 🎅 is watching and they wont be getting any 🎁 this year
    Edited by: "Confuzz" 13th Nov 2017
    Santa does not exist
    Heat added and letters done donation made as well
    found the ultimate cheapskates thread by the looks of it
    heat for deal - good cause
    Edited by: "leedsfanhirons" 13th Nov 2017
    m5rcc2 h, 24 m ago

    Santa does not exist


    Who eats the mince pie and drinks the sherry then. Father Christmas can only come to those who believe in him. might have to report you for telling lies
    Confuzz2 m ago

    Who eats the mince pie and drinks the sherry then.


    A fat man in a suit too small for him.


    Confuzz2 m ago

    Father Christmas can only come to those who believe in him. might have to …Father Christmas can only come to those who believe in him. might have to report you for telling lies


    You must be a Leave voter...
    m5rcc3 m ago

    A fat man in a suit too small for him.You must be a Leave voter...



    Must of been fun in your household growing up
    Santa is fake just ask a friend or neighbour to do it for free use your own imagination as santa is not real
    Confuzz2 m ago

    Must of been fun in your household growing up


    Christmas in the twenty-first century is best avoided unless you like to take part in an over-commercialised event.
    m5rcc7 m ago

    Christmas in the twenty-first century is best avoided unless you like to …Christmas in the twenty-first century is best avoided unless you like to take part in an over-commercialised event.


    Yeah all the adverts are a bit annoying and the true meaning has sort of got lost but its for the kids really i guess its what you make it to be
    Edited by: "Confuzz" 13th Nov 2017
    londonderry14 h, 59 m ago

    Cold... the NSPCC want to jail parents who practice reasonable smacking... …Cold... the NSPCC want to jail parents who practice reasonable smacking... no thanks.


    I hope you're joking and not just unable to look after your own children without resorting to physical violence against them.
    Thanks op. Heat added
    Confuzz1 h, 35 m ago

    Yeah all the adverts are a bit annoying and the true meaning has sort of …Yeah all the adverts are a bit annoying and the true meaning has sort of got lost but its for the kids really i guess its what you make it to be


    Given that I am not a kid, no problem for me.
    ThatsNoMoon7 h, 19 m ago

    Is it ever 'reasonable' for an adult to hit a child? if you can't …Is it ever 'reasonable' for an adult to hit a child? if you can't communicate with your kid without the use of physical violence then you need to take a look at yourself.Great offer, heat added.


    Small wonder there are so many brats in the country today with parenting advice like that... oh brother.
    simandoo2 h, 53 m ago

    I hope you're joking and not just unable to look after your own children …I hope you're joking and not just unable to look after your own children without resorting to physical violence against them.


    Polls show that 40% of the population approves of reasonable smacking, so 40% of the population supports child abuse? I suggest you get out of your little bubble there as it's a big world...
    I think your a better parent if you can control your kids without smacking which i see as pointless it achieves nothing imo i also find 40 percent hard to belive these days
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