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RNLI Fraserburgh Brunch with Santa

Lifeboats News Release

Come and join us on Saturday 2 December for a magical morning filled with festive fun as we welcome Santa from the North Pole.

Santa Arrives in Fraserburgh

RNLI/Stephen Hadden

Here he goes

The main man himself will arrive in style, on the Fraserburgh RNLI lifeboat at around 10:30am on Saturday 2 December and be welcomed with a sleigh parade through the town.

After which members of the public can come and enjoy a very special brunch with Santa and the whole family.

Kids will receive a small gift and will have the opportunity to meet Santa and have their photo taken in Fraserburgh RNLI's festive grotto.

There will also be some festive stalls for the whole family to enjoy.

The Christmas event is in aid of the Fraserburgh RNLI Lifeboat Station.

Bookings can be made at :

RNLI media contacts

Stephen Hadden, Lifeboat Press Officer, [email protected]

Billy Watson, Lifeboat Press Officer, [email protected]

Stuart Fenty, Lifeboat Press Officer, [email protected]

Natasha Bennett, RNLI Regional Media Officer for Scotland, 07826 900639, [email protected]

Martin Macnamara, RNLI Regional Media Manager for Scotland, 07920 365929, [email protected]

RNLI Press Office, 01202 336789

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