It’s been a year where many of us have had to adapt and it’s no different in the North Pole, where Santa and his trusty team have embraced technology and come up with new ways to see and hear from children all over the world.
Sadly, Santa can’t make his usual stop at the JT shop this year, so he and his busy Elves have teamed-up with JT to provide a live feed to Santa’s home on Facebook making sure children across the Channel Islands won’t miss out.
Mrs Claus, who manages Santa’s very tight schedule has come up with a great idea. To make sure no time is lost making presents, Santa and his elves will chat to children while they take a break for breakfast. It will be a chance for parents to gather their little ones between 9:30 and 10:30 on each of the Sunday’s, 6th, 13th and 20th in December to speak to Santa who will be live from his home in the North Pole, sharing in the magic of Christmas together.
Tamara O’Brien, Group Head of Marketing, Brand and Customer Experience, said: “Meeting Santa is one of the most magical experiences children can have at Christmas. It’s an annual tradition that we had to help make happen and we were so pleased when together with Santa’s team we found a solution so that local children can see and speak to Santa virtually. Things may look a little different this year, but we are so pleased that we can help keep everyone connected this Christmas.”
Parents and children will be able to type their questions and present requests live on the Facebook stream and, with the help of one of his elves, Santa will respond.
There is no need to book. Simply register interest via Facebook Live events on the JTSocial page. Reminders and updates will be sent to those that register.