Santa Christmas Sleigh collections

Mon, Dec 7th 2009 at 12:00 am- Wed, Dec 16th 2009 - 12:00 am

We again visted the houses in the Seaburn, Fulwell and Roker areas on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the 7/8/9 and 14/15/16 December to enable the children to see Santa and the parents to contribute towards our Charity funds.


Our Santa Sleigh Rota was as follows:

Monday 7th December - East of Newcastle Road and Shields Road, north from Seaburn Station, including all the streets off Alston Crescent.
Tuesday 8th December - East of Dovedale Road from Keswick Avenue to Grizedale Court.
Wednesday 9th December - South of Dykelands Road from Dene Lane to Dunmore Avenue.
 
Monday 14th December - South of Neale St between Roker Park Road and Mansfield Crescent.
Tuesday 15th Decemebr - West of Whitburn Road sea front from Seafields Estate south to Talbot Road.
Wednesday 16th December - South Bents Estate.
 
We are extremely grateful for the generosity of the residents in these areas and hope that the children enjoyed seeing Santa again this year.  Happy Christmas to you all.

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