Send Your Letter To Father Christmas

Calling all children of Connaught Village... This festive season, we invite your little ones to send their wish lists and letters to Father Christmas from our express post station, Notes To The North Pole.

From 2-11 December, children will be able to write their wish lists and letters and send them via express post at our magical Christmas installation. Step inside our festive post station and enjoy face painting, a dressing-up box and lots of photo opportunities.

Opening times are:

Friday 2 December: 3pm – 6.30pm
Saturday 3 December: 12noon – 4pm
Sunday 4 December: 12noon – 4pm
Friday 9 December: 3pm - 6.30pm
Saturday 10 December: 12noon – 4pm
Sunday 11 December: 12noon- 4pm 

Collect your wristband while you're at 'Notes To The North Pole' and enjoy exclusive in-store discounts at our local boutiques, restaurants and bars:

  • Bombay Palace: Enjoy 10% discount on your meal. This offer us valid on: 3, 10 and 11 December between 12noon-3pm.

  • Kokoro: Enjoy 10% discount in store.

  • Kurobuta: Enjoy 10% discount on your meal. This offer is valid on a first come, first served basis.

  • Le Pain Quotidien: Enjoy 10% discount on your meal.

  • Spirited Wines: Enjoy 10% discount on these specific wines until 7 December: Henriot Champagne Blanc de Blanc, Delamotte Champagne Blanc de Blanc, Deutz Champagne, Henriot 2008 Rose, Tour Prignac Reserve 2011 and N2 Fourcas Dupre 2012 Haut Medoc.

  • Stuzzico: Enjoy 10% discount on your meal. This offer is valid on: 3, 4, 10 and 11 December.

  • William Mansell: Enjoy 10% discount in store.

The activity is free. Donations are welcome to support our local charity Cosmic. 

No bookings required, however time slots will be allocated during busy periods. 

'Notes To The North Pole' is at 29 Kendal Street, W2 2AW.

Share your Christmas pictures with us by using #NorthPoleNotes. Follow @ConnaughtVil for the latest updates on events, new openings and special promotions.

Enter our magical Christmas installation and send your wish list and letters to the North Pole.