Honiton Round Table will be bringing Santa in his sleigh to various areas of the town in December.

Seven different routes have been announced between Sunday, December 3 and Sunday, December 24.

Prior to that, Santa will be in Dunkeswell on Wednesday, November 29, outside Throgmorten Community Hall between 6.30pm and 8pm. 

Santa will also be at the Honiton Christmas Carnival on Saturday, December 16. He has already appeared at the switching-on of the Christmas tree lights on Saturday, November 18.

Midweek Herald:

Here are the dates and routes of his other outings:

Route 1, Sunday 3rd December 4pm until 7.30pm: Shipley Road, Roman Way, Langford Avenue, Rosewell Close, Pottery Close, Charles Road, Pale Gate Close, Northcote Lane, George Street, St Cyres Road, Ashleigh Road, Oaklea.

Route 2, Wednesday 6th December 6pm until 8pm: Willow Walk, Yallop Way, Heron Road, Woodhill View, Glanvill Way, Biddington Way, Whitmore Way, Bucanon Close.

Route 3, Sunday 10th December 4pm until 7.30pm: Lilley Walk, Jerrard Crescent, Eureka Terrace, Mead View, Livermore Road, Round Ball Close, Littletown Road, Manor Crescent, Haydons Park, Woodman's Crescent, Sawmills Way, Crosscut Way.

Route 4, Wednesday 13th December 6pm until 7.30pm: Mountbatten Mews, Chestnut Way, Walnut Road, Old Elm Road, Honeysuckle Drive, Cherry Close.

Feniton, Thursday 14th December 6.30pm until 8pm, outside Feniton Football Club.

Honiton Christmas Carnival, Saturday 16th December, 4.30pm.

Route 5, Sunday 17th December 4pm until 8pm: Glen View, Monmouth Way, Waterleat Avenue, Buttery Road, Brand Road, Gronau Close, Hatcher Close, Hazelwood Close, Moore Park, Linhay Close, Butts Close, Upland Chase.

Route 6, Wednesday 20th December 6pm until 7.30pm: St Peter’s & St Paul’s,  St Leonard’s, Hayne Farm.

Route 7, Sunday 24th December 4.30pm until 6.30pm: Millers Way, Millhead Road, Rosemount Lane, Joslin Road, Rosemount Lane, Milldale Crescent, Rosemount Close, Banfield Way, Little Town Road, Whitebridges (South).

Full details of where the sleigh will be stopping along each route will be announced on the Honiton Round Table Facebook page nearer the time.

The Round Table has around 3,000 members across the UK who work to support their local communities. Collectively they raise more than £4 million a year for good causes and dedicate 160,000 volunteer hours to them.

The Honiton Round Table is currently looking for new members and would love to hear from anyone interested in joining. The group can be contacted via their Facebook page - send them a direct message.