Father Christmas visited the Oxford Children's Hospital, bringing gifts and a Christmassy spirit for everyone.

With the help of the elves, spider man and also Elsa from Disney's Frozen, the children received gifts and presents on Sunday from the charity Play2Give as part of their Sleigh2Give Christmas appeal.

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Sunday was the charities fifth annual present drop at the hospital and it was made possible with the generous donations from schools, companies, groups and individuals.

Oxford Mail:

The Play2Give team visited the Oxford Children's Hospital including PHDU and PICU. They visited Tom's Ward, Bellhouse-Drayson Ward and also Melanie's Ward to the Play2Give room.

In Melanie's Ward they met a teenage patient called Seb, who has stayed in the Play2Give room for ten weeks and is due to have surgery over Christmas.

Oxford Mail:

The presents and guests were greatly welcomed by the children at the hospital as they were given toys donated by the community.

The charity Changing Lives donated £3,500 worth of toys and gifts and Army members from Didcot's Vauxhall Barracks 11EOD regiment were on hand to help deliver the presents spreading joy across the hospital.

Go Green Taxis also continued their support for Sleigh2Give for the fourth year by helping with the transport of the presents.

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The annual toy drop had another successful year as Father Christmas handed out gifts to the children and spreading Christmas joy and happiness across the wards.

Find out more about the Play2Give charity and how to donate this Christmas online at www.play2give.org.uk.