Terminally ill children in Belfast to be flown to Lapland to visit Santa | Dougie Beattie reports

Terminally ill children in belfast to be flown to lapland to visit santa | dougie beattie reports

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In This Story: Lapland

Lapland is Finland’s northernmost region, a sparsely populated area bordering Sweden, Norway, Russia and the Baltic Sea. It’s known for its vast subarctic wilderness, ski resorts and natural phenomena including the midnight sun and the Northern Lights. Capital Rovaniemi is the gateway to the region. The homeland of the indigenous Sami people, which extends into neighboring countries, centers on the far north.

Population: 178,522 (2019).

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Terminally ill children make trip of a lifetime to Lapland | Dougie Beattie reports

Dougie Beattie reports from Lapland, where life-limited children get the chance to visit Santa Claus

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