Children can now post letters to Santa at Hull Paragon…

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Children can now post letters to Santa at Hull Paragon…

Children can now post letters to Santa at Hull Paragon Christmas post-box
2021-12-11 13:50:00
As children pass through Hull Paragon train station, they can now post letters and Christmas wishes to Santa via a specially installed post-box. The festive TransPennine Express (TPE) post-box is located in the station – and the train operator has guaranteed that all letters posted will be delivered safely to the North Pole. For more Christmas news, click here. Nella Peill, 8, Enzo Peill, 5 and Bruno Peill, 2, couldn’t contain their excitement as they lined up to be the first to post their letters to the man in red. Customer Experience Director for TransPennine Express, Kathryn O’Brien said: “We’re so excited to have set up our TPE Christmas post-box in Hull Paragon train station and we hope that any children who have letters that need posting will use our special service so that Christmas lists and wishes can be delivered safely to Santa. Santa unveilled the Christmas post-box at Hull Paragon Interchange (Image: www.jasonlock.co.uk / Jason Lock) “It’s a magical time of year, and now more than ever we want to encourage people to get out and about and make those human connections that we all need. As a provider of travel, we know we can make a difference and our trains can help make those connections this Christmas.” Claire Peill, mum of Nella, Enzo and Bruno said: “It’s great that TPE have installed these special post-boxes in their stations, Nella, Enzo and Bruno spent a while perfecting their letters to Santa and couldn’t wait to finally post them.” In addition to the post-boxes, trains across Huddersfield may now be carrying an extra passenger – a Christmas Elf. Selected TPE services will have one of Santa's helpers keeping an eye on children in the build up to Christmas. With an increase in travel expected during the festive period, TPE is continuing to keep customers safe across their network. The rail operator has

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