Christmas jumpers, hats and an elf costume, young ones gear up for the big day.

Scarlett embracing her first Christmas. Picture: Hannah Wright

Scarlett embracing her first Christmas. Picture: Hannah Wright - Credit: Archant

With less than a week to go, Children across Sidmouth are gearing up for the wonder of their first Santa visit.

Theo & Betsy Chudley excited for Christmas in their matching jumpers. Picture: Emma Lou

Theo & Betsy Chudley excited for Christmas in their matching jumpers. Picture: Emma Lou - Credit: Archant

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Christmas jumpers were in abundance as parents wrapped their loved ones up warm during the winter period but made sure they kept their festive spirit.

Arnie recreated a delighted Father Christmas while siblings Theo and Betsy Chudley had matching Santa outfits and hats.

At just two months old, Christmas has come early in the life of Jude Oxley. Dressed as one of Santa’s elves, Jude and family celebrated early this year as they are travelling across France on Christmas day.

Mackenzie and Ruby looked splendid in red. Picture: Hayley Morgan

Mackenzie and Ruby looked splendid in red. Picture: Hayley Morgan - Credit: Archant


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Macenzie and Ruby were looking resplendent in their red ear muffs and bobble hat while Scarlett was getting in the true spirit of Christmas as she spread her dinner all across her ‘my first Christmas’ t-shirt.

Two month old Jude Oxley as one of Santa's elves. Picture: Andrianna Franks/ Laura Oxley

Two month old Jude Oxley as one of Santa's elves. Picture: Andrianna Franks/ Laura Oxley - Credit: Archant

Two month old Jude Oxley as one of Santa's elves. Picture: Andrianna Franks/ Laura Oxley

Two month old Jude Oxley as one of Santa's elves. Picture: Andrianna Franks/ Laura Oxley - Credit: Archant

Arnie in his Father Christmas jumper. Picture: Tasha Fowler

Arnie in his Father Christmas jumper. Picture: Tasha Fowler - Credit: Archant

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