Santa Sleigh collections in Seaburn, Fulwell and Roker

Mon, Dec 9th 2019 at 5:45 pm- Sun, Dec 22nd 2019 - 8:00 pm

Santa visited the children again this year, on various dates between 9th and 22nd December.
Details of the dates and routes are listed below. He enjoyed seeing all the children and hearing of their wishes.

Santa on his Sleigh

The timetable is:

Monday 9th December - The 'D' streets.

Tuesday 10th December - Dovedale Road. Regret that very heavy winds and rain meant we had to cancel this outing.

Wednesday 11th December - Sidecliffe Road and Neale Street.

Sunday 15th December - Alston Crescent and the streets off.

Saturday 21st December South Bents.  We needed to change the date to fit in with the commitments of Santa's helpers. Apologies to anyone who missed us becasue of this alteration.

This has been subject to change becasue the weather was inclement.

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