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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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Cockburn’s has opened the doors to the first ever Private Members’ Club for working Santas – offering a safe haven that allows the UK’s unsung heroes to loosen their belts, hang up the sack and kick back with a free glass of Cockburn's Special Reserve Port after a hard day’s work. M Victoria will become Santa’s Little Helper from now until Christmas Eve, hosting the exclusive Private Members’ Club for red and white uniforms for a limited time only, where guests can escape the hustle and bustle of seasonal cheers and enjoy a free glass of Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port. The Christmas season sees Britain’s army of Santas being kept busy in grottos and shopping centres up and down the country making their list, checking it twice and distributing gifts to good little girls and boys of the United Kingdom. But with the mania around Christmas ramping up each and every year, the job can certainly be a toughie. A survey of 100 ‘Santas’ found that 92% admit to feeling stressed while performing their yuletide duties, a staggering statistic that has prompted Cockburn’s to come to their rescue and set up a safe space where the nation’s Father Christmases can relax at the end of a hard day. Some of the biggest stresses faced by Santas were revealed to be putting up with an uncomfortable costume, dealing with pushy parents and the pressure to remain “jolly” at all times. Top ten biggest stresses for working Santas: - Getting too hot or uncomfortable in the uniform - Overbearing or pushy parents - Having to be jolly all the time - Children that “don’t believe in Santa” - Children asking awkward questions - Overexcited children - Children pulling on their beard - Having to listen to the same carols on repeat - Maintaining their “Santa weight” - Having to eat too many mince pies It’s not all doom and gloom though; the Santas were in agreement that the very best part of their job is making people smile (45%), followed by receiving se
=EDITORIAL USE ONLY. MATERIALS ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS FOR ADVERTISING, MARKETING OR ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSE IS PROHIBITED. COVER IMAGES DOES NOT CLAIM ANY OWNERSHIP OF THE MATERIALS. MATERIAL C
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