Santa's Sleigh

Santa's Sleigh

Xmas 2019 finally saw Cheam & Sutton Rotary's Santa’s Sleigh in its 54th outing

Santa has his own Facebook and Twitter pages 

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Each Christmas our Club, Santa and volunteers from local charities and organisations take to a giant petrol-powered Santa Sleigh to raise thousands of pounds for local charities and organisations.

The Santa Sleigh of the Cheam and Sutton Rotary Club begins its annual Christmas fundraising tour on the first of December and is out every night up to and including Christmas Eve visiting many of the streets in Cheam, Sutton and Worcester Park.

The float consists of a long wheelbase transit van disguised as Santa's sleigh, complete with an artificial Santa and his reindeer on top, whilst the real Father Christmas walks alongside bringing seasonal greetings and cheers to everyone.

The Sleigh is built lovingly by the members of the Club each year in November and then taken down again after Christmas. There are members who have been involved with the Santa Sleigh since its beginnings 54 years ago. Cheam and Sutton Rotary would also like to thank Gerry Booth and Mike Young, who were part of the original team who built the first Sleigh. They have volunteered in building the Sleigh every year for half a century, from the day it started.

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Thanks from The Royal Marsden

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