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Santa Claus took a break from his busy holiday schedule today to spread Christmas cheer at the General Post Office in Hamilton.

Primary and nursery aged children, and all those young at heart, had the opportunity to have their photo taken with him.

The photos were printed on to personalised Christmas postcards, which could then be mailed in a special red mailbox in the foyer.

A spokesman for the Bermuda Post Office said: “This initiative is primarily designed to encourage children to write holiday greetings, to teach them how to correctly address a postcard, to experience the postal mailing process and to allow the children to have fun with Santa.”

Santa Claus turned postman today as youngsters from Northlands Primary School in Pembroke queued up to Post a Postcard Note to Someone Special at Hamilton Post Office. Sanaa Grant, 6 was among the children who got the chance to get their photograph taken with Santa (Photo by Akil Simmons)
Dae Jon Smith, aged 6, sent his special message in a Santa-red PO box set up inside the GPO by staff. (Photo by Akil Simmons)
Aamir Hayward, 6 was among the children who got the chance to get their photograph taken with Santa at the Hamilton Post Office (Photo by Akil Simmons)

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Published December 11, 2014 at 2:33 pm (Updated December 12, 2014 at 12:34 am)

Santa visits Hamilton Post Office

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