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Santa teams up with the Rotary Club bring the joy

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Santa is counting down to Christmas by bringing festive cheer to people around Spalding as he makes his rounds with his helpers from South Holland Rotary Club.

The big fat fella has already been out in his sleigh in all weathers bringing a smile to the faces of adults and children alike as he tours Spalding 
and the surrounding area’s 
streets.

The cash collected by the Rotary Club will go towards its general charity fund, a third of which is generally spent locally on good causes such as the town’s gym club, swimming club and food bank, to name a few.

Fundraising chairman and founder member John Atkinson said: “It gives us a buzz to see the children’s faces light up when they see Santa on his sleigh and we have had a fantastic response so far and look forward to carrying on over the next few days in the run up to Christmas.

Santa’s itinerary from today:

l Today (Thursday), Santa will be visiting St John’s Road, Lancelot Way, Bellfield Close, Beechams Mews, Pulman Court, Apeldoorn Gardens, Victory Court, Hawthorn Bank, Ambleside Drive, Floriade Close, Hoekman Drive, Parkway, Aalsmeer Rise, Limburg Drive, Heren Place, Breda Court, Haarlem Court, Rembrandt Way, The Wyke, Amstel Close, Amsterdam Gardens, Leiden Fields, Daffodil Close, May Blossom Walk, Horseshoe Road, Delft Court, Hague Court, Van Gough Drive.

l Tomorrow (Friday), Santa and his helpers will be outside Sainsbury’s before setting out in the evening to visit Wygate Park, Mariette Way, The Hayfields, Heather Court, Chamomile Way, Clover Way, Claudette Way, Claudette Avenue, Georgette Gardens, Grevel Close, Nicolette Way, Annette Close, Paulette Court, Lucetta Gardens, Saltern Drive, Julias Mead, Charlette Way, Estella Way, Avignon Road, Sorrell Drive, Wintergold Avenue, Algers Walk, Akita Close, Belcanto Court, Maytime Close, Wintergold Avenue, Harlequin Drive, Snowdrop Place, Hobsons Green, Belisana Road.

l On Saturday, Santa will be with his sleigh and reindeer in Hall Place in the town centre before making his way to Chestnut Avenue, Marine Drive, Rowan avenue, Acacia Avenue, Redthorn Close, Beech Avenue, St Paul’s Road, Cherry Tree Grove, Laburnum Grove, Queen’s Road, Royce Road, Dawson Avenue, Fulney Avenue, Cook Avenue, Queens Avenue, Cook Way, Coronation Close, Atton Avenue, Banks Avenue, Acklam Avenue, Thames Road, Seven Road, Medlock Crescent, Telford Court, Halmer Paddock, Culpins Close.

l On Sunday 16th December Santa will be with his helpers outside Sainsbury’s store.

l On Monday, Santa and his helpers will be visiting Priory Road, St Thomas’s Road, Regent Street, South Parade, Beaufort Drive, Thompson Close, Havelock Street, Green Lane, Knipe Avenue, Cross Street, Henrietta Street, Spring Street, Spring Gardens, Gamlyn Close, Water Lane, Welland Close, Cygnet Court, Britton Close, Magellan Way, Grosvenor Court, Mallory Drive, Hudson Road, Shackleton Close, Columbus Close, Armstrong Road, Raleigh Court, Cook Drive, Livingstone Drive, Henson Close, Drake Close, Franklin Drive, Hilary Close, Burton Road, Tasman Close, Dias Close, Aldrin Close, Bruce Close, Macarthur Court, Cortez Close, Piccard Drive, Bonnington Court, Palin Court, London Road.

l On Tuesday , Santa and his reindeer will be in Hall Place in the Town Centre.

l On Wednesday, Santa will be outside Sainsbury’s 
before visiting houses in Pennygate, Abbots Crescent, Woodrow Place, West Parade, Thistle Gardens, Tollgate, Sherwood Drive, Fern Drive, Rowan Way, Gorse Way, Rose Leigh Way, Flinders Way, Beckett Drive, Fleur Drive, Tulip Walk, Riverside, Law Court, Westerly Avenue, Sorrel Drive.

l On Thursday and Friday, December 20 and 21, Santa and his helpers will be at Morrison’s Store.

l On Saturday, December 22, Santa will be at Hall Place in the town centre.

l On Sunday, December 23, Santa and his sleigh will be at Morrison’s Store before he departs to Lapland to prepare for his journey around the world in two days’ time with a sleigh laden with presents for everyone.

 

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