A day in the life: Tootie the Elf

From helping Santa Claus and his reindeer's on the big day, to making toys for all the good girls and boys, we had a look at what a day in the life for Tootie the Elf is like

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What are your day to day elf duties?

Every day I make children’s Christmas wishes come true

What is the hardest part of being an elf?

The most difficult part is helping Santa on Christmas Eve because it is the busiest time of the year

What do you do during the non-festive period?

When I am not helping Santa Claus in the festive period I spend time in Lapland and sing Disney songs to all the boys and girls and come up with brand new toy ideas.

What is your favourite food?

Candy canes, I could eat them all day

What does it take to be a great elf?

To succeed in being a great elf, you must have strength, courage, determination, lots of laughter and fun

Can you describe what it is like working for Santa Claus?

It is so magical that I get to work with Santa, it can be very busy at the time, but it is just as rewarding to know that I am helping make Christmas a success every year

To meet our elves during the festive period before they need to get back to preparing for the big day, book a Winter Wonderland 2019 break.

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Alisha Patel

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Alisha Patel

As Marketing Assistant at Center Parcs, I’m here to give you a sneak peek into what is new and wonderful across Center Parcs. A lover of food and travel myself, Center Parcs is the perfect place to discover new things and share my tips and tricks with you, to make sure you get the most out of your stay.