Join TinyLife’s Reindeer Walk

TinyLife Northern Ireland’s premature and sick baby charity are hosting their Annual Reindeer Walk at Lurgan Park on Saturday, December 14 from 10.30am until 12.30pm.

Enjoy a winter walk around the lake with your family and friends with Santa’s very own Elves.

On return Santa will arrive and he may bring Mrs Claus this year to read a story. Tea, coffee and shortbread will be served after the walk.

Participants will have the opportunity to win fabulous prizes sponsored by Debenhams, Rushmere.

Every child will also receive a small token from Santa, courtesy of the walk sponsors.

The route is suitable for everyone in the family and those taking part will receive a pair of fun reindeer antlers.

The cost is £3.50 per child and each family are asked to raise a minimum £15 per family (per two adults). Adults are free.

Additional adults in your party will be asked to make a minimum donation of £5 per adult.

Festive

The family who hands in the highest amount in sponsorship on the day will receive a special prize, donated by Debenhams, Rushmere.

Community & Events Officer, Andrea Milligan explained: “Our family Reindeer Walk has grown in popularity each year and has become a permanent fixture on the Craigavon Events Calendar.

“We would urge you to hop up warm and enjoy the festive fun and help us raise money to continue our support in the community.

“Christmas is always a special time to have a new baby, but for parents of a premature baby those feelings of joy and excitement turn to fear and anxiety making the days and weeks that follow a daunting and traumatic experience.

“Support our families by joining us on our walk on the December 14 and treating the children to a fun, festive day out. You can offer your support to those parents by joining us on our Reindeer Walk,” she concluded.

To secure your place please register online at www.reindeerwalk.eventbrite.co.uk.

If you would like more information please email andrea@tinylife.org.uk.

TinyLife is dedicated to reducing premature birth, illness, disability and death in babies.