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By Aylesbury Lions Club - 26th November 2020 4:15pm
Santa's on his way, brought to you by Aylesbury lions Club.
Look out for him on the following days and locations.......
8th December (5.45-8.00pm)
Start Pegasus Way — Cotts Field, Pilots Place, Thame Road then Wirethorn Furlong crossing Thame Road into Sheerstock. Stop at each of the Cul-De-Sacs to ensure safe distancing
Onto Slave hill, Whitecross road and turning onto Station Road to Townside. Stopping at Popes Acre and back to Townside into Wykeham Way, Wykeham Gate and them back to Thame Road.
10th December (5.30-8.00pm)
Start near the War Memorial — Churchway Into The Gables, back onto Churchway and into Willis Road, Roberts Road and Harts Road. Back onto Willis Road and to Stanbridge Road. Crickets Way following the estate roads, returning to Stanbridge Road onto Woodways, and Churchway to Printers Piece. Santa will then end his trip in the carpark by the parade of shops.
15th December (5.30 — 8.00pm)
Start Bradmoor Farm Turn down Stanbridge Road into Butte Furlong/ Cotland Clay, return to Stanbridge Road onto Franklin Road, left onto Stokes Lane /Stokes Croft return to Churchway turning into Rudds Lane, Planter Road, and Dollicot. Down to Thame Road visiting Anxey Way, Waterside Pens and Yolsum Close.
Both Santa and the collectors will be practicing social distancing
There will also be the opportunity by the social distancing bucket or a contactless card reader
We would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas ... and better New Year!
Aylesbury Lions Club
Registered Charity 1181224
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