2019 Christmas Party
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On the 4th December, we had a wonderful evening at St George's Hall for our 2019 Liverpool Children's Christmas Party!
It was great to see more than 500 children and foster carers coming together and having fun!
We brought back all the popular entertainment from last year, and added in a few extras too.
With party food, dancing with mascots, games, Christmas crafts, face painting, a quiet / sensory area, and a special visit from Santa who brought everyone a Liverpool Giant's goody bag and a selection box treat.
Our guests were also treated to some great magic tricks from young members of the Children in Care Council team!
Every child left with a Madlug bag, which contains a very important message that all our children in care should know 'Your Incredible' - read more about Madlug here.
Huge thanks to everyone who helped to make it such a success. Including all our colleagues at Liverpool City Council and St Georges Hall, Culture Liverpool, The Luna Cinema, Aladdins Cave Entertainments, Adlib and Delifonseca
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