Santa pays an early visit to Corrie

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There may have be no Corrie Christmas Party this year.

However Santa was determined that would not stop him making an early visit to see the children who attend Corrie primary school and early years class.

So on Saturday night Santa and his helpers – Shona Catriona Dunsmuir, daughter Loxa and Logan Lambie – visited the houses in Red Quarry Road, where many of the children live, to hand out Christmas gifts.


Social distancing was maintain throughout Santa’s visit with sweets being left outside the houses for the children to collect, all accompanied by personalised balloons from Lisa’s Balloons Arran.

 

 


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