Royston Santa float rota
SANTA will be making his usual tour around Royston and surrounding villages on the Round Table sleigh. Weekend runs start at approximately 4.30pm, and midweek runs start at 6.30pm. This year Santa is visiting Melbourn on two nights. Santa and his helpers
SANTA will be making his usual tour around Royston and surrounding villages on the Round Table sleigh. Weekend runs start at approximately 4.30pm, and midweek runs start at 6.30pm.
This year Santa is visiting Melbourn on two nights.
Santa and his helpers will be at Royston Christmas Carnival on Sun 7 December, Bury Lane Farm Shop Melbourn on Sunday 14 December, Tesco Royston on the evening of December 19, and The Cross, Royston, on the morning of Saturday December 21.
Santa's routes: Sunday, Dec 7: Royston Christmas Carnival. Dec 9: Royston Garden Walk, Icknield Walk
You may also want to watch:
Dec 10: Royston Tannery Drift, Briary Lane, Layston Park. Dec 11: Barkway. Dec 14: Bury Lane Farm Shop (2-4pm). Dec 14: Melbourn: Armingford Cr, Russet Way, Worcester Way, Orchard Road area.
Dec 15: Meldreth /Melbourn Green Banks, The Lawns, Maple Way. Dec 16: Royston Coomblands, Redwing Rise. Dec 17: Orchard Road, Burns Road. Dec 18: Barley and Gt Chishill. Dec 19: Royston Tesco (6-9.30pm). Dec 20: Royston, The Cross (9.30am-noon). Dec 21: Bassingbourn. Dec 22: Royston Beldam Ave, Shaftsbury Way, Valley Rise, Studlands Rise.
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Once again Santa will be helped by volunteers from Royston Round Table, Royston Rotary Club, and The Lions Club of Royston.
The proceeds of the collection will be shared between Round Table, Rotary, and Lions for good causes throughout the year.