The Virtual Snow Ball 2020
21 Oct 2020, 12:26 p.m.
GOSH Charity's annual Snow Ball will be coming to GOSH patients virtually on 10 December 2020!The charity will be bringing the Christmas Spirit to your doorstep with entertainment from all your favourite children's entertainers, interactive activities such as sing-a-longs and arts and crafts tutorials and much more.
Children will also be sent a special goody bag prior to the event, filled with gifts and activities to make the experience even more magical.
(If you are registering after 10am on Monday 7 December we will not be able to send you a goody bag unfortunately, but you will still have access to the event.)
Please note that this event is for patients of Great Ormond Street Hospital and their guests only.
Thursday 10 December 2020
Ages 6 years and under: 10–11am
Ages 7-12 years: 3.30–4.30pm
Ages 13+ : 4.30–5.30pm
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