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It’s Christmas carols for Santa—while his sleigh is double parked

PUBLISHED: 19:04 17 December 2008 | UPDATED: 13:53 05 October 2010

Kids sing for Santa and suspect tree that kept moving

Kids sing for Santa and suspect tree that kept moving

KIDS have been singing Christmas carols in Canary Wharf to a very special celebrity. The pupils at Cubitt Town Junior school on the Isle of Dogs, in London’s East End, were invited by Rouse global IP consultancy to their 11th floor offices at Harbour Exchange Square—to meet Santa!

KIDS have been singing Christmas carols in Canary Wharf to a very special celebrity.

The pupils at Cubitt Town Junior school on the Isle of Dogs, in London’s East End, were invited by Rouse global IP consultancy to their 11th floor offices at Harbour Exchange Square—to meet Santa!

They dressed in their very best nativity costumes to sing for all the staff including the fat man in red who dished out presents from his bulging sack.

The youngsters then tucked into Christmas goodies—cakes mince pies and lots of sticky sweets.

Santa couldn’t stay long as his sleigh was double parked outside.

In the corner stood a suspicious-looking Christmas tree which turned out to be the company’s marketing manager Hayley Hill, branching out’ in her new role entertaining kids.

It made a change from the firm’s normal hectic activity protecting intellectual property’ for clients worldwide such as trade marks and patents from being pirated.


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