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11 November, 2019


Santa celebrates a decade of fundraising in Nantwich


Article and image by Jonathan White


Santa Claus is once again taking time off from his busy schedule to meet and hand out presents to boys and girls in Nantwich.

He has set up a branch of his Grotto upstairs in the attic of the Nantwich Bookshop & Coffee Lounge at 46 High Street in the centre of Nantwich.

Santa will be coming to the town from 10am-3pm every Saturday and Sunday in December (from 8th to 22nd December 2018).

Price = £3 per child, and each child will receive a small gift from Santa.

It’s the tenth year that Santa has setup his Grotto in the premises. The event is organised by the Rotary Club of Nantwich.

A representative from the Rotary Club of Nantwich said: “The money raised from both Santa’s Grotto and his trips around the town will be donated to The Wingate Centre, St Luke’s Hospice, Nantwich Museum, The Alms Houses, Guy Harvey Youth Club and other local good causes.”

Denise Lawson from Nantwich Bookshop & Coffee Lounge added: “Santa’s Grotto is one of our favourite things we do at the Bookshop.

“Inspired by a family trip to Lapland many years ago, we look forward to continuing this tradition with Rotary.

“It’s just lovely seeing the happy little faces leaving the shop after having seen Santa.”




Editor’s note: look closely at the photo provided, can you spot the furry addition to the scene?