Santa to visit schools across South Wales, shares update


Christopher Dawson, popularly known as Santa Claus on Facebook, recently shared that he will be appearing at all the schools across South Wales.

The secret Santa in Cardiff is known for sharing his strong opinions about the government authorities on Facebook.


On Facebook, Santa shared that he had already visited Newport; tomorrow, he will visit Caerphilly and so many more.

On his official Facebook page, he wrote:-

Today Santa returns to school; up to Christmas Eve, Santa will appear and perform at many schools across South Wales.

 He has already been to Newport, but today it’s Newbridge and Ebbw Vale…tomorrow Caerphilly and so many more to come.

When I was in junior school (now known as Primary School), we all sat in a classroom with no heating, and the crate offered frozen milk that no straw could penetrate. 


We sat in our coats and hats, fighting to keep warm…we were cold, but we were hardy children who could stand in almost any condition – a bit like my Reindeer.

I was eight years old and remember the day as if it were yesterday – such is time as Santa. The teacher asked each child what we wanted to be when we grew up. And one by one child answered teacher, doctor, spaceman, fireman, nurse, shopkeeper and so on.

 As the teacher pointed to the children and worked her way around the classroom, I knew my time was coming. I didn’t know what I wanted to be. I didn’t have an answer. Her finger pointed to children just ahead of me, and the nerves got the better of me, and I could feel myself worried at not knowing what to be. I was never a confident child. Policeman…yes, that was it. I would be a Policeman.

I cannot explain what happened when the teacher’s finger pointed at me and the words Father Christmas came from my lips…

There was a huge uproar of laughter from the children. I would be teased for almost a year. The teacher said, ‘Christopher, you can’t be Father Christmas’. And that was it…

My mum would say, ‘Chris, you have far too big dreams; you will never realise them. And with some dreams, she was right, and she never lived to see me as Santa Claus.

So here I am – Santa Claus. Mrs Claus is a fan of doing the lottery, constantly trying to win Christmas back for us as it used to be peaceful and serene with jaunts to markets and much more. She asked the question yesterday, ‘what would you do if we won £ 123 million.

My answer was simple I would find a way of designing a sleigh and Reindeer that could fly.

As simple as that, hohoho xxx

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