Bells will jingle all the way when Santa ho ho ho’s his way around homes in March

PUBLISHED: 13:44 25 November 2014 | UPDATED: 13:44 25 November 2014

March Santa routes.

March Santa routes.


The magic of Santa will be coming to a street near you when he visits households around March in the run up to Christmas.

March Santa routes.March Santa routes.

Santa has been treated to a shiny new revamped sleigh this year thanks to the March Lions Club and the Rotary Club of March.

It will feature colourfully lit new reindeers with the help of FCS Construction.

On Wednesday December 10 Santa will be travelling through Cavalry Park, Hunters Chase, Bretton Avenue, Cavalry Drive and Eastwood Avenue.

On Tuesday December 16 he will be travelling through Asplin Avenue, Papworth Road, Grounds Avenue, Badgeney Road, Burrowmoor Road, Cherrywood Avenue, Cherryholt Avenue, Ellingham Avenue, Chestnut Crescent, Gaul Road, and Oxbow Crescent.

March Santa routes.March Santa routes.

On Thursday December 18 Santa will be travelling through Elliot Road, Wisbech Road, Russell Avenue, Maple Grove, Robingoodfellows Lane, North Street, Alpha Street, Hereward Street, Cromwell Road, County Road.

Santa will be accompanied by members of March Lions Club and the Rotary Club of March who will be collecting money on behalf of local charities.

The charities chosen for this year are SERV - a service by emergency response volunteers that delivers emergency medical supplies in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk, EACH Milton children’s hospice, Young Carers and Young People March.

On each night Santa will start his journey at 5.45pm and finish at about 8.30pm.

March Santa routes.March Santa routes.

His sleigh has been sponsored by Fenland Breakers and Artificial Grass, Cambridge.

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