The search for the missing reindeer is on
Primary School children from Lisburn are looking forward to beginning the hunt for Santa’s missing reindeer who have taken up position, hiding in shop windows in Lisburn City Centre this Christmas.
Reindeer models were delivered to Primary Schools in the Lisburn area during November and have been artfully decorated by pupils from the participating schools and are now waiting to be found.
Alderman Allan Ewart, Chairman Lisburn City Centre Management said, “The Reindeer Hunt is unique to Lisburn with local Schools and City Centre traders really getting behind the hunt this year. Along with their teachers, pupils have spent countless hours dressing and decorating their reindeer and the children have worked hard gluing, painting and sticking things together to make their unique creations. We hope all the young people involved will bring their parents into the City centre to see what they have been up to over the Christmas period.”
The Reindeer Hunt is organised by Lisburn City Centre Management and community artists have helped many of the schools taking part to dress up and decorate the reindeer. This is the fourth year that the reindeer have been hiding in Lisburn and it continues to be a fun event for all the family.
To join in the great Reindeer hunt, simply find a store with a reindeer in the window, pop inside and pick up a reindeer hunt card.
There are lots of prizes up for grabs just find ten reindeer to be entered into the prize draw.
Reindeer have been lovingly decorated by: Forthill Primary School; Harmony Hill Primary School; Largymore Primary School; Brownlee Primary School; Central Primary School; Tonagh Primary School; Pond Park Primary School; Dromara Primary School and Island Arts Centre (Friday Fun Club).
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