Stories with Santa and Friends

The Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise and Coco and the Butterfields present: Stories with Santa and Friends. Raising money for Canterbury Food Bank 2020


Over the last few years, the Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise has become increasingly recognised as spreading the Christmas spirit to the people of Canterbury and the surrounding villages. Our "Santa Sleigh" travels around Canterbury over the course of 2 weeks, raising money and collecting tinned food for Canterbury Food Bank.

This year, due to the unfortunate circumstances, we have had to contact Santa in a different way. Santa will appear via live stream for 4 nights on Facebook Live and YouTube. On the 5th night, there's a special treat for all viewers from Santa's favourite band - Coco and the Butterfields

Keep an eye on our Facebook and YouTube pages for the live videos on the night.

Join Santa and his friends for festive fun and story telling between 6:00pm and 6:30pm from Monday 14th December to Thursday 17th Decmber. Friday 18th December is a very special show for all the family!

If you'd like a shoutout for your child during the evening shows, please donate a minimum of £3.00 using the donate button below and include the following details in the notes: Your child/children's name/s, their age/s, what town/city they're from and what they'd like for Christmas from Santa.



Please ensure your shoutout requests are submitted before the deadline of Monday 7th December - 8:00pm (GMT). Shoutout requests received after the deadline will still be charged but may not appear during the videos. We cannot refund donations.

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