Santa Claus is coming to MKFM this Christmas!

MKFM has teamed up with Santa Claus to ensure that the big man in the red suit will be on your radio throughout December.

Santa usually visits Milton Keynes once a year to deliver all of his presents to children overnight on Christmas Eve.

But this year, as it’s MK’s 50th birthday, he is giving the city special treatment by calling some lucky girls and boys from across the area to check their Christmas list and find out who has been naughty or nice.

If you know a true believer, they can call Santa on 01908 965222 and run through their Christmas list, tell him what they’re having for Christmas dinner and ensure the elves know where to leave all the presents on Christmas Eve.

He’d probably be grateful to know if your chimney is clear or not as well!

As Santa is a busy man, each child can leave him a message and be in with a chance of a call back from the man himself during his break.

Santa will be on The MK Breakfast Show weekdays and on Christmas Day itself. For further details visit

And remember boys and girls – Santa likes a mince pie left out and carrots for his reindeer.

Meanwhile, MKFM will be running two campaigns over the festive period…. Don’t Drink and Drive, Call A CAB – Skyline Taxis on MK 222 111 have sponsored this year’s MKFM campaign as the station reminds residents it’s not worth the risk.

Each year we hear stories of lives being ruined by the careless actions of others.

Last year around 300 people were arrested by Thames Valley Police between the 1st of December and the 1st of January.

Our advice is store Skyline Taxis’ phone number in your mobile or download the app, which is the simplest way to book a cab.

The Little Boxes Campaign – MKFM is working with Age UK and Tesco this Christmas to offer some Christmas cheer to the elderly.

Shoppers will be able to donate key winter essentials that will be delivered to people who really need them this festive season.

This column was published in the December issue of Celebrate:MK lifestyle magazine. Read the full magazine above or by clicking on this link

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