German town keeps Christmas tradition after privacy law nearly scrapped it


In previous years up to 4,000 wishes to Father Christmas were placed on a tree at a Christmas market in the southern town of Roth, according to German newspaper Die Welt.

The city council would then attempt to fulfill those wishes, which included the names and addresses of the children who wrote them.

Previous requests granted included trips to the fire station, books and visits to the mayor. The festive event was seen as a major highlight for local kids.

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