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Father Christmas is doing his rounds again this year - is he coming to see you?

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Father Christmas is doing his rounds again this year - is he coming to see you?

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After being quarantined last year, Father Christmas will be out visiting South Hams villages this year, almost like normal!

Father Christmas and his float, organised by Kingsbridge Estuary Rotary Club, would usually stopped and knocked on doors, but this year he will be "visiting locations with his sleigh and stopping briefly so you can visit him".

The Rotary Club Elves have decided that as "we are still living with Covid they will not be visiting individual houses to collect for local charities but will be at the following locations so that you can still see Father Christmas and, subject to our obtaining the necessary licence, may make a donation to our charity funds either by cash or card".

Monday, 6 December

Beechwood Park 5.20pm

Aveton Gifford
Icy Park/Glebelands 6pm
Fishermans Rest 6.20pm

Woodlands 6.45pm

Seaview Terrace 7.15pm
Parkfield 7.30pm

Thursday, 9 December

Rack Park 5.10pm
Coronation Road 5.20pm
Kenwith Drive 5.30pm
Vincents Road 5.45pm
Scholars Walk 6pm
Wallingford Road 6.15pm
Northville Park 6.30pm
Trebble Park 6,45pm
Isigny Road 7pm
Ashleigh Road 7.15pm
Highfield Drive 7.30pm

Monday, 13 December

Lyte Lane 5.15pm

Apple Tree Close 5.30pm
Creek Close 5.45pm

Robins Field 6pm
Helmers Way 6.15pm
Fairfield 6.30pm
Gratton Drive 6.45pm

Village Hall 7.15pm

(All timings are approximate)

And don’t despair if your house isn’t on Santa’s route – Santa and his Elves will also be collecting at Morrisons supermarket in Kingsbridge on Saturday 4th, 11th and 18th December between 9am and 2pm. 

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