Searching for Christmas

Pretty soon, Santa will arrive bringing much-deserved joy to us all.
We know it is still November, but in a year with no rules, we've decided to bring on the festive merriment a little early ...we all deserve it! 

One one of our biggest fans of the festive season, Connect Health & Community's communications volunteer, Leesa, has created an amazing word search to get us all in the Christmas spirit.
See if you can find all the words listed (answers at very bottom) to reveal an extra special message!

Good luck!

A Very Festive Word Search


Can you find these festive words:


Scroll down for the answers...









A little further...





That'll do!
Christmas Word Search Answers

Congratulations if you managed to find all the words to reveal the special message:
"Merry Christmas from the Connect Health and Community Marketing and Communications Team XX"

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