Santa is on his way to St Ives
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It’s official – Santa’s on his way – courtesy of The Rotary Club of St Ives, who are setting off on their annual charity sleigh tour.
Santa’s chief elf has been in touch and it’s great news, as he will be visiting the following areas, with his helpers. The elf said to ensure you make a date in your calendars. Each evening round will start at 5.45 and finish at 8.15pm. So be sure to listen out for the carols and Christmas music which will be playing!
Dates of the tour:
Wednesday (Today 5 December): Bluntisham; Thursday, Waveney Road and Constable Road areas; Friday, Knights Way and Adams/Garner Drive Estates; Saturday, Waitrose Car Park (all day), London Road (early evening); Monday, Eastfield School, Burstellars, Wheatfields and Chestnut Road areas; Tuesday, Norfolk Road, Burleigh Road, The Mallards and Albermare areas.
December 12 to 18: Wednesday, Pastures, Kings Road and The Trundle, Somersham; Thursday, Hammond Way, Feoffees Road, Grange Road and Norwood Road, Somersham; Friday, Hilton; Saturday, Market Hill, St Ives (all day); Monday, Westwood Road, Warren Road, Fairfields, Needingworth Road and Woodside Way, St Ives; Tuesday, Needingworth
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December 19 to 23: Wednesday, Heron Club, Knights Way, High Leys, Ainsley Way, Shakespeare and Pettis Roads, St Ives; Thursday, Fenstanton (Stepping Stones Nursery in the Morning); Sunday, Morrisons’ car park all day.
INFO: More details can be found on the Facebook page of Rotary St Ives Cambridgeshire, where the streets in more details can be found.
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