Flashback: Believe in Magic  hosts the most magical Christmas party ever

Flashback: Believe in Magic hosts the most magical Christmas party ever

On  Sunday 14th December 2014, Believe in Magic hosted the most magical Christmas party ever.

The event was hosted in London Zoo which was transformed into a winter wonderland in just two hours.  It featured snow, real reindeers,  Father Christmas and his elves who told stories and played games. There was karaoke, dancing and balloon modelling,  face painters, a big feast with beautiful cakes and sweetie pizzas, arts and crafts and cake decorating, and nails, tattoos and makeovers, and of course, very  special presents for all of the children who attended.

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Before the main event at London Zoo, five little girls were given a princess makeover at the Disney Store where they were transformed in to their favourite Disney Princesses and even got to meet Cinderella.

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The magical event was organized in just four days and was funded by Louis Tomlinson and his Mum Johannah Deakin (who attended the party). Both have been long time supporters of the charity and the children it helps, including Chloe Balloqui and Harvey Hext who are among the children that developed a special friendship with Louis and his family.

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To say thank you to Louis for what him and his mum have done for the charity a group of the charity’s supporters are hoping to raise £500 for Louis’s birthday which will go to Believe in Magic. For more information check out  and use the hashtag  or to donate and help them reach their target go to their JustGiving page.

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3 Responses to Flashback: Believe in Magic  hosts the most magical Christmas party ever

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