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September 23, 2021

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Father Christmas dropped in on Brunswick Heads nippers lat Sunday to give them all and early Christmas present. Photo Aslan Shand.

Father Christmas left his reindeer at home last Sunday and caught the waves into Brunswick Surf Life Saving club on the surf lifesaving boat  to the excitement of all the little nippers who have been practicing their life saving skills hard for the last few months.

‘That was awesome!’ said one little nipper as he ran up to Santa hoping for a early present.

Father Christmas handed out lollies to all the kids as they celebrated the beginning of the Festive Season.

 

 


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