FATHER Christmas will be making his way across Bromsgrove district, thanks to the town’s Round Table branch.
The man in the big red suit will start his journey on Thursday (December 11) from 6.15pm, visiting Woodland Grange, Pennine Road and Lea Park Rise.
Then next Friday (December 12), also from 6.15pm, he will visit the new Catshill estate, Lickey End and Townsend Farm.
Next Sunday (December 14), from 3pm, Santa will be at the Rugby Club and in Stoke Heath.
On December 16, Rutherford Road and Harwood Park will be getting visits from Father Christmas from 6.15pm and, the day after – December 17 – he will go to Charford.
The final weekday visits will see Santa in Breme Park, Fordhouse Road, Blackwood Road and Bant Mill Road on December 18 and in Deansway, Forelands, Hill Top and Greyfriars on December 19 – both of those will be at 6.15pm.
And the last weekend of the Bromsgrove Round Table Santa run will see the sleigh pull up at Morrisons from 9am to 5pm on December 20 and on The Oakalls on December 21 from 4.30pm.
Jon Lear, the group’s chairman, said: “The Santa sleigh always gets a good reception and we are hoping we’ll be able to visit more children across the district than ever this year.”
As well as giving youngsters the chance to see Father Christmas on his sleigh, the event will also see cash collected for good causes.
This year, donations made by residents will be going towards helping Bromsgrove gymnast Kallum Mulhall compete in the World Tumbling Championships, the Bromsgrove Life after Stroke Centre and Socks and Chocs, which is ran by Bromsgrove’s Busking Bobby, PC Ian Northcott.
Socks and Chocs for the Homeless is dedicated to making the lives of those living on the street more comfortable all-year-round, especially on Christmas Day, in the Birmingham, Worcester, Wolverhampton and Coventry areas.
Anyone wanting more information can email email@example.com or visit www.facebook.com/roundtablegbi to check out the event on Facebook.
Alternatively, follow @BromsgroveTable on Twitter.