Thursday, 24 December 2015

Happy Hazelnut Hollow Christmas!!

It was one mysterious Christmas Eve.........            And through the dark , mysterious and foggy night, a mysterious shadow moves across the land mysteriously...

It looks like a mysterious car with some mysterious ladders attached to it! But that would be silly;)   

Or would it!!!???

The mysterious figure mysteriously gets changed into the mysterious outfit of Santa himself...      


The mysterious figure was in fact...the one and only... PC Bobby Roberts!!!!!!

After seeing what the kids wanted on their letters to Santa, PC Bobby Roberts decided to dress up as Santa with a sack and go down their chimney with the presents.

"Phew, these ladders are heavy!" he said, carrying the ladders round to the front of the house.

He then climbed up the ladder to see if the kids were asleep.

"Night, night Byron, remember, Santa only comes if you are asleep!!!!" Beatrix said.

  PC Bobby Roberts crawled up the roof and held onto the chimney, clutching his sack.

He climbed into the chimney, but unfortunately he couldn't fit!!! He was stuck!

With all of his might he pulled and pulled and finally got out. Then, suddenly, the ladder fell down! 
  He was stranded on the roof!

"Help! Help! Please! I'm stuck!" he wailed. Byron woke up and looked out of the window and saw Santa shouting.

Byron rushed downstairs to get his parent's attention. "Mummy, Daddy! Santa is stuck on the roof!! We must help him!! Quickly!!" "Ok, Byron, Ok, Daddy and I are going to get our pyjamas on. I'm not saying that you are wrong or anything, but I can't help but think that maybe you are a bit too excited about Christmas," Beatrix said.

They woke up Bess and they all went outside.

"Goodness me Byron, you were right!!!" said Beatrix. "We must wait until help comes," said Benjamin.

PC Bobby Roberts weakly put the presents down the chimney.

Morning came quickly and out came Doris Columbus. "Merry Christmas!! Oh, is everything okay?" "No, not quite Miss, Santa is stuck on our roof," Bess said solemnly. "Merry Christmas," PC Bobby Roberts mumbled feebly. 

"Santa!!" Doris shouted, "jump from the roof to the canal boat!! Go on jump!!!   That's exactly what he did...

"Deary me, what's going on up here?" said Lawrence. "Santa has come on board!" Doris laughed!

"Merry Xmas kids, how about you get into your clothes and come onboard for a Christmas party!!"

Everybody went on and had a yummy Christmas lunch!!!!!

"Santa? What's that red thing in the water?" Bess asked.

"Well I jolly well don't believe it! It's my pair of glasses! They must have fallen of into the water last night!!!

They went of into the sunset and had the Merriest Christmas ever!!!


   THE END xxx

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Writing letters to Santa

It was one chilly but sunny morning and Mrs Underwood has just finished her weekly shop at the Village Store.

But her brother, PC Bobby Roberts, is watching her with the big cake she got as a surprise for the children. "I've only had three biscuits and a jam roly-poly today! I wouldn't mind a slice of cake at all!!!" the PC thought to himself.

Beatrix had only just gotten back home when she got a phone call.

"Uncle Roberts has just phoned to say he'll be round for dinner! He said he would bring some nice yummy treats for us to have," announced Beatrix. "Yaayyyyy! Uncle Roberts is coming!!!" the children cheered.

"Ding-dong!" went the doorbell. It was PC Bobby Roberts himself, wearing his smartest outfit and carrying a hamper load of stuff!

The children welcomed him in. 

Beatrix got the dining table set up while PC Bobby Roberts and Benjamin played with the kids.

They had dinner and chatted away!

"I have a brilliant idea!" PC Bobby Roberts said."We can write letters to Santa!!" Everybody thought it was a good idea. Benjamin looked out the pencils and paper. Byron, Bess and Hugh looked through the toy catalogue.

They sat with their Uncle Roberts and wrote the letters to Santa.

They gave them to Uncle Roberts.

 They watched the letters go up the chimney all the way to the North Pole. 

The letters swirled out of the chimney and up into the sky. 

But as PC Bobby Roberts sat in bed that night, he had an idea .............