We join Santa as he makes his rounds in March - here’s where YOU can catch him next week

PUBLISHED: 14:12 08 December 2017

Santa is heading straight for March, here's all the information you'll need to find out where he'll be.

Santa is heading straight for March, here's all the information you'll need to find out where he'll be.


Christmas is approaching, and so is Santa, once again he’ll be taking a tour around March led by the Lions Club and the Rotary Club.

This year the clubs are collecting donations for YPM, EDDIS, Tennyson Lodge and the Defibrillators for March during the tour.

A Lions spokesman said: “We will be trying to forewarn the houses where we can’t actually get to so that you will know the approximate time that we will be somewhere close to 

“Each night we shall be starting our routes at about 6pm and aim 
to finish no later than 8pm.

“Last year thanks to the wonderful generosity of the people of March, we raised a total of £1,500 which was split between the various clubs and charities.”

Want to know when Santa will pass your home? Here’s all the information you’ll need:

Monday December 11:

• Cedar Close

• Creek Road

• Foxglove Way

• The Parks/Riverdown

• Estover Road

• Cawood Close

• Landau Way

• Dagless Way

• Berryfields

Thursday December 14:

• Elliott Road

• Yarrow Close

• Trueman Avenue

• Russell Avenue

• Peyton Avenue

• Southwell Close

• Gresley Way

• Robingoodfellows Lane

• Norwalde Street

• Finishing just outside the GER

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