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Long Sutton and Sutton Bridge to see Santa on two wheels this Sunday




Youngsters in Long Sutton “better watch out” and “better not cry” this weekend when Santa Claus comes to town on Sunday.

It will be impossible to miss him as, along with Mrs Claus and his elf, Santa will be leaving sweets and chocolates on families’ doorsteps from 4.30pm until 6.30pm.

Faith and Colin Pearson, of the Unicorn Diner in Long Sutton, are behind the Santa run that will take place with the help of a Harley-Davidson motorbike.

Santa and Mrs Claus will be joined by their elf as they pass through Gedney, Long Sutton and Sutton Bridge on board a Harley-Davidson motorbike this Sunday, December 20. Photo supplied.
Santa and Mrs Claus will be joined by their elf as they pass through Gedney, Long Sutton and Sutton Bridge on board a Harley-Davidson motorbike this Sunday, December 20. Photo supplied.

The tour will start in Main Road, Gedney, and makes its way along a route to include Albert Avenue, Anfield Road, Dick Turpin Way, Market Place, Daniels Gate, Roman Bank, Seagate Road and Church Green, all in Long Sutton.

Families in Sutton Bridge will also get a glimpse of the festive threesome who will also be bringing “Seasons Greetings” to homes in Falklands Road.

The Unicorn Diner team are also cooking Christmas Day meals for elderly and vulnerable people in the Long Sutton area.

Fleet to see Santa on a Sunday sweetie ride

For more information, call Faith on 07854 929135.



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