Father Christmas wanted by National Trust site

PUBLISHED: 17:00 12 November 2019

Tyntesfield hall at Christmas. Picture: Bob Fowler

Tyntesfield hall at Christmas. Picture: Bob Fowler


A National Trust site is looking for a Father Christmas to deliver festive joy to youngsters.

Tyntesfield House needs a Father Christmas. Picture: National TrustTyntesfield House needs a Father Christmas. Picture: National Trust

Wraxall's Tyntesfield House wants someone who has experience of 'engaging, interacting and relating to children and their families'

Dressed and playing the role of Father Christmas, the applicant will meet and greet children with 'energy, professionalism and Christmas spirit'.

The grade-II listed Gothic house is hosting a range of festive events in winter, including carriage rides, wreath-making workshops and carol concerts.

A trust spokesman said: "The successful applicant will converse with families and provide the warmest of welcomes to ensure they experience the magic of Christmas and a memorable visit.

"This is a challenging role which requires patience, diplomacy and the very best customer service skills."

Applications can be made online.

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