SANTA IS ON HIS WAY!
After the devastating news earlier this week that Crowland Fire Station had to canel Santa and his sleigh this year, we are delighted to announce that with the support of the Crowland Parish Council, we are proud to help in bringing the magic of Christmas to Crowland with the support of our team and local volunteers.
Things will look very familiar, with just a few differences. Please be aware to ensure social distancing they will not be able to collect, although grateful for your donations they need to keep Santa, the volunteers and most of all the community safe and healthy to enjoy Christmas.
The Route will be split over 2 nights, and to help keep everyone safe Santa will not be able to stop for photographs, but be there to wave from your garden, gate, front door or window.
Sunday 6th December, the route will start from 3:30 pm:
Thorney Road, South Street, Albion Street, Broadway, Peterborough Road, Tatwin Drive, Beccelm Drive, Harrington Drive, Goldcrest road, Harvester Way,, past Crowland Cranes, Monks Meadow, Alderlands Close, Crease Drove, Broadway, Abbots Drive, West Street, East Street,
Monday 7th December from 5:30 pm
Starting at The Hub on Hall Street, Postland Road, Church Lane, the Chase, Wyche Avenue, Croyland Way, Church Lane, Abbey Walk, South Street, North Street, Foreman Way, Kemp Street, Postland Road, Cloot Drove, Burghley Close, Normanton Road, Jubilee Way, Postland Road, Girdlestone Walk and Millfield Gardens.
A Tracker will be available to follow Santa on his route, please continue to follow The Crowland Cranes Ltd Community Interaction facebook page for up to date details and information.
A huge thank you to all the local volunteers and their help with continuing this Christmas tradition, especially after such a difficult year.
The crew and volunteers at Crowland Fire Station & Crowland Cranes, would like to wish you all a very happy, safe and Merry Christmas!