This year the sleigh received a new coat of paint and the sound and lights were improved. Unfortunately the weather didn’t improve and our first three sleigh runs were on the coldest evenings of the year with sub-zero temperatures and ice on the roads and pavements. Pinner was quite eerie and deserted, but still many people braved the cold to greet Santa, and the local residents were as generous as ever. The hard-working Elves certainly appreciated their mince pies and a glass of mulled wine at the halfway point.
You can still donate £5 by texting PINNERSANTA5 to 70560, or replace 5 with any amount of your choice. Alternatively you can donate online here.
Texts cost your donation amount plus one standard rate message.
All donations are to The Pinner Rotary Club Trust Fund (registered charity No 276297)
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back Santa and his Sleigh, our popular Christmas float touring the streets of Pinner.