Brodie Winsor-Spies tells Santa what he would like to receive this Christmas.
Brodie Winsor-Spies tells Santa what he would like to receive this Christmas. Sean Teuma

Santa's big tips for the children of Warwick

DECEMBER is a pretty busy month for Santa Claus.

With his loyal cast of reindeer, the jolly red man has the task of delivering gifts to children all across the world.

Despite this hectic schedule, Santa has managed to squeeze in the time for photos at Rose City Shoppingworld, and even let the Warwick Daily News have a chat to him.

He offered some advice on how children can ensure they aren't left out of the presents this Christmas time.

"Be good to your families, and be nice to others,” Santa said.

"Warwick has very nice and well-behaved children, as well as friendly people.

"It is Santa's favourite town, and is a beautiful place.”

Santa said the trip from the North Pole to the Rose City was quite the long one.

"Using my reindeer, it took me 11 days to get here,” he said.

"Leading up to Christmas, I hope to make people's wishes come true, and meet as many kids as I can.”

For Christmas Eve, the request was a simple one.

"Santa loves cookies and milk, and will also eat cake,” he said.

"Carrots, apples or hay will keep my reindeer happy.”

You can meet and have your photo taken with Santa Claus at Rose City Shoppingworld.



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