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After many successful years of Santa's Grotto with our partners at Haddenham Garden Centre, Haddenham & District Rotary now present what is probably Haddenham's first ever drive-thru Santa!

A fun event where Children can talk with Santa while staying Covid safe.

On 19th and 20th December 2020 — from 11am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm each day, at Haddenham Junior School, Woodways

It's simple to pre-book your entry time slot on the Haddenham Rotary website

Or there's a direct link to book tickets here

And to donate, see Crowdfunding to help fund the Forestry Project at Haddenham Junior School and other Local Good Causes on the JustGiving page

Logistics:

Cars arrive at their appointed time and stop at a social distance from, and speak with, Santa, but without leaving the car. The system worked wonderfully well for our first weekend on 12th and 13th December.

Email Letters to Santa:

Children, if you email your Christmas List to Santa to: santa2020@haddenhamrotary.org Rotary will pass them all on to Santa when he goes home to the North Pole.

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