Santa Visits Witham

Santa was around Witham last December but with a sleigh tracker though weather, Covid and technical trouble with his reindeer limited his tours. For 2022 he will be back 100% fighting fit.
For donations we accept cash and the popular cards - see below.

Santa in his sleigh

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For many years Santa has visited Witham in December to make collections to support the charities the Rotary Club sponsors.  You may see him at the town's supermarkets, or on his sleigh somewhere in the streets of Witham talking to excited kids.  Because of Covid regulations, Santa was not on public view in 2020 and was limited on what he did 2021 too.  Next time (2022) Santa should be back and you will be able to see where he is on a map as he tours the streets of Witham. 
You will need get a Santa Sleigh Tracker on your smart phone to follow his street by street tour on a map of your area.  The tracker will be available from November.
See how to get the Tracker app below and on Facebook at Witham Rotary.  
Nearer time, the bottom of this page will show a list of Santas touring routes and static collections with dates and times.  Santas Elves will not be knocking on doors so the Sleigh Tracker will be important to see where his sleigh has got to.

For DONATIONS at any time of the year go to where we accept cash and the cards shown:

Also the QR code below will take your phone straight to the donation site where you can choose the amount you wish to give.  You will get a reciept on your phone.

Below will appear in November a list of Santa's routes and static positions for collections, 2022 

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Templars School and a dictionary page

Every Year-5 or Year-6 child at a junior school in Witham is presented with a dictionary. And Autumn 2021 was no exception despite covid-19.

I found the back runner

The Carnival Day Duck Race is run in July every year. The ducks enter the River Brain after the Carnival procession has passed along Bridge Street about 215 PM. But, of course, the race did not happen in 2020 or 2021 but we intend to be back in 2022.


For 68 years seniors living in Witham have come to a tea party given by the Rotary Club of Witham. Unfortunately we had to cancel the Party for 2020 and 2021because of the covid-19 but hope for some similar event in 2022.

The Club supported several cahrites during the last year despite the disruptions of Covid.

Here are a few logos of some charities we have recently supported and selected photos of recent presentations of typical donations.

One of the many Rotarians who volunteer to immunise children across the World administering the vaccine

Rotary has a World-wide programme to eradicate polio. This work has continued despite the pandemic when the World has been thinking about a new disease.


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