Around 40 families attended the party, which was sponsored by Guinness’s contractor, Kier, as part of their social responsibility commitment.
Children were able to meet Santa in his grotto and each received a festive gift bag containing a set of colouring books, colouring pencils, a bubble wand and a squidgy ball. The children were also given a chocolate selection box each.
All remaining gift bags have been donated to the Sheffield Food Pantry.
Alex Lindsay-Wong from The Guinness Partnership said: “I would like to thank all Guinness colleagues and our contractors, Kier, for ensuring our residents had such a fantastic day. It was such a positive event and a joy to see children getting to meet Santa just before Christmas.”
Sam, a resident at Castle Court said: “I really appreciated all the effort that has been put in for the children at Castle Court.”
Megan Webb, sustainability manager at Kier Places, said: “Engaging with residents and having a positive impact on the communities in which we work is an integral part of what we do at Kier. It was a pleasure to deliver this event alongside Guinness and we hope everyone enjoyed the festivities as much as we did.”