Santa is on his way around Redditch

SANTA Claus is taking to the streets of Redditch in the lead up to Christmas Day, as part of Redditch Round Table’s fundraising efforts.

Santa will be touring the area in his sleigh with the Redditch Round Table snowmen and their helpers, delivering festive cheer and collecting money for good causes.

The sleigh will be visiting Brockhill on Saturday, December 8, before making its way around Crabbs Cross on Sunday, December 9, Churchill North on Monday, December 10, Callow Hill on Tuesday, December 11, Webheath and Headless Cross on Thursday, December 13, and Oakenshaw South on Friday, December 14, before returning to Webheath on Saturday, December 15, and making a quick trip around Headless Cross on Sunday, December 16, ending in Hunt End on Monday, December 17.

On Tuesday, December 18 and Wednesday, December 19, he plans to revisit as much of Redditch as possible before leaving to prepare for the big day.

For more information on the Redditch Round Table, visit redditchroundtable.co.uk.

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10:45pm Wed 5 Dec 12

kazmoses says...

i was wondering why is it that every year the round table(with santa) tend to visit the same area i lived in greenlands for 18 yrs and i only know to ther round table going there on one occasion i now live in batchley and have been here 6 years and have never known them visit where i live. but each year they tend to go to headless cross,oakenshaw etc is this the atreas that the round table members live is this why they always visit the same areas
i was wondering why is it that every year the round table(with santa) tend to visit the same area i lived in greenlands for 18 yrs and i only know to ther round table going there on one occasion i now live in batchley and have been here 6 years and have never known them visit where i live. but each year they tend to go to headless cross,oakenshaw etc is this the atreas that the round table members live is this why they always visit the same areas kazmoses

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