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Give local children some Christmas cheer

Chestnut Tree House supports local children and families all year round. Could you help to make this a happy Christmas for children in your local community?


You could get into the festive spirit this December by taking part in the popular ‘Reindeer Fun’ with your school or group, or get festive with The Snowman™!

Celebrating moments, friendships, and making memories are central to both Chestnut Tree House and The Snowman™ story, which is why we are so pleased that both Raymond Briggs CBE and his iconic snowman are involved with Chestnut Tree House.

Reindeer Run

Reindeer Fun

Grab your antlers this December and hold your very own Reindeer Fun challenge with your group, school, college or nursery.



The Snowman visits Chestnut Tree HouseMeet The Snowman

The Snowman™ will be making appearances at various locations across East and West Sussex this winter. Find out where you can meet him!



Get Festive with Snowman

Get Festive with The Snowman

Get Festive with The Snowman Day is Friday 13 December. Find out how you and your colleagues can get involved in the festive fun!


Christmas Appeal Snowman 2018

The Snowman™ Spectacular Appeal 2019

Help The Snowman™ bring care, joy and wonder to local children and families at your local children’s hospice.



Snowman Drawing competition

Children’s Drawing Competition

We’re calling for children to get inspired by The Snowman™ and create a spectacular snowman picture for our competition.


Christmas card featuring The Snowman by Raymond Briggs, exclusive to Chestnut Tree House

Charity Christmas Cards

Browse the new 2019 range of Chestnut Tree House Christmas cards, featuring a special and exclusive card designed by The Snowman™ creator, Raymond Briggs.



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The Snowman™ Spectacular

The Snowman Spectacular 2019 took place on Saturday 30 November.