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Send a letter from Santa to your children this Christmas with Suffolk EACH campaign

PUBLISHED: 09:10 05 November 2017

Launch of the EACH Letter from Santa campaign at Planet Blue.  L-R Luke Keeble,Vicky Matthews and Lauren Woollard.  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Launch of the EACH Letter from Santa campaign at Planet Blue. L-R Luke Keeble,Vicky Matthews and Lauren Woollard. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Ipswich Town star Bartosz Bialkowski helped East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices kick off its Letters From Santa Campaign on Friday at the Planet Blue shop.

Bartosz Bialkowski has launched EACH's Letter from Santa campaign.  L-R Luke Keeble, Nadia, Batosz and Oskar Bialkowski, Lauren Woolard and Vicky Matthews.  Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWNBartosz Bialkowski has launched EACH's Letter from Santa campaign. L-R Luke Keeble, Nadia, Batosz and Oskar Bialkowski, Lauren Woolard and Vicky Matthews. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

The Blues keeper was joined by his children Nadia, seven, and Oskar, five, as well as EACH’s Victoria Matthews to kick-off the campaign which allows parents to get a personalised letter from Santa sent to their children.

Letters are from £5 and money raised will help support EACH’s childcare for poorly youngsters with life-threatening conditions and their families.

Victoria Matthews, EACH Suffolk corporate fundraiser, said: “It was great seeing Bartosz, Nadia and Oskar as we launched our Letters from Santa campaign and we’re really excited to be helping parents across Suffolk create a little extra magic for their children this Christmas.”

Letters can be ordered at the EACH website here and orders must be placed by Wednesday, December 13 to guarantee delivery on time.

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