By Michael Walden - 9th December 2020 8:00pm
On behalf of Aylesbury Lions may I apologize not completing our first round yesterday.
After an excellent start to our activities around Pegasus Way the moment we turned into Sheerstock our sound system and lighting failed. Despite a noble effort by my colleagues to rectify the situation unfortunately we could not resolve the problem.
However all being well Santa will be back on Thursday 10th December at the war memorial. From about 5.30pm
The route we will be following will cover part of Churchway, The Gables, Willis Road, Harts Road, Brook Meadow, Mead Furlong, The Grove Estate Crickets Way, Woodways and finally Printers Piece.
Hopefully everything will be functioning well but I will keep you informed if we still have a problem with the sleigh.
Finally we have a third route on Tuesday 15th, which has already been circulated. We hope to be able to keep to the planned route, however we have experienced difficulty in the past turning Santa's sleigh due to the number of parked cars. I will forward any possible changes to our planned route prior to the 15th .
Aylesbury Lions Club
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