From the youngest to the oldest, Stocks Hall, Ormskirk’s Home, Santa and his team, worked very hard raising money for charity recently. Elf Day held on Friday 8th December encourages schools, colleges and other organisation to unleash their inner Elf and fundraise for the Alzheimer’s Society.
The team of ……not so little elves, worked around the clock to ensure all their work was completed for Santa’s approval. Santa flew in to say hello at their event, saying “keep up the good work” and reminded his team that he will be returning to check work is up to the usual elvesellent standards.
Captured here are some of the moments of the team’s busy schedule, Santa’s fleeting visit and the elf catering department.
All money raised will be donated to the Alzheimers Society which will go towards improving diagnosis, care and treatment, and finding a cure for the condition.
Gel Ball, Elves Manager says “Santa Ormskirk’s Team are amazing, they didn’t stop, their hard work continued right through the night. When Santa returned for his audit, he found their work to be ‘above elvesellent standard’. This was music to our elf ears.”
“We are really proud to support this fun Christmassy event, however, the most important thing was raising awareness in our local community of Alzheimer’s and Dementia, which affects so many people.”
Ormskirk Elves Team would like to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas and a very Elfey New Year.
For further information about Alzheimer’s Society Elf Day, please visit https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/elfday