Find out where Santa will be and track the progress of his sleigh

PUBLISHED: 09:50 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:36 30 November 2017

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Volunteers from the St Neots Round Table will be taking their Santa sleigh to the streets to collect money for worthwhile local causes and the excitement starts on Friday evening.

Here is a list of the streets that Santa and the team will be visiting in the week ahead.

December 1 - Parklands

December 2 - Ridgeway/Potton Road

December 3 - Eynesbury Manor

December 4 - Longsands Road

December 5 - Howitts Gardens/Howitts Lane

December 6 - Hardwick Road/Luke Street

December 7 - Sandfields

December 8 - East Street/Avenue Road/The Crescent/Swift and Swallow Close

December 9/10 - Little Paxton

The Hunts Post has teamed up with the round table to enhance this year’s experience and hopefully help the round tables to raise even more money.

We are asking people to take selfie photographs when the sleigh visits their street and send them to us for our online gallery. Pictures can be emailed to: huntspost@hotmail.co.uk.

If you want to see all the updates and stories we have written about the Round Table Santa Sleigh, go to The Hunts Post website at: www.huntspost.co.uk and click on the Santa Sleigh link at the top of the home page. You can check out the routes and find out when Santa is in a street near you and also see our reader photos.

Once you know the night Santa is coming to your road or area, you can use the Round Table’s live Santa tracker to find out where the sleigh is. There will be a link to the Round Table’s website. That way you can have the children ready and be sure not to miss out.

For more information on Round Table or to get involved visit www.roundtable.co.uk.

Track the sleigh’s progress for St Neots at: www.facebook.com/stneotsroundtable, and for Huntingdon at www.huntingdonsanta.co.uk.

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