Safety kits given to new Chichester homeowners to ensure a Covid-safe Christmas for Santa
Safety kits have been handed out to new homeowners in Chichester to make sure Santa can safely deliver presents this Christmas.
The team at David Wilson Homes’ Madgwick Park development in Westhampnett have put together Santa’s Safety Kits to ensure Father Christmas has all he needs to protect himself from Covid-19 as he moves from house to house this week.
Each kit includes a face mask, gloves and hand sanitiser for Santa, as well as some handy tissues to keep in Rudolph’s sneezes. Everything needed for a safe Christmas delivery in 2020!
Tammy Bishop, sales director at David Wilson Homes, said: “There is one person that can’t be furloughed this year and that’s Father Christmas!
“We are determined to make sure he can deliver presents to our children as usual.
“With all he needs to protect himself and our residents, this safety kit will mean that one very important aspect of Christmas 2020 can carry on regardless of the pandemic.”
The safety kits have given to all new homeowners moving in to Madgwick Park.
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