Seaton Lions ready for a busy yuletide

PUBLISHED: 16:25 17 November 2010

Santa will be out and about in the Seaton area on the lions club float again this Decemeber

Santa will be out and about in the Seaton area on the lions club float again this Decemeber

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Lions reveal Santa’s route

SEATON Lions Club’s Santa Float will begin its tour of the district on Wednesday December 1.

Here is where you can catch up with Father Christmas between 6pm and 8pm most evenings in the run up to the big day:

Wednesday, December 1: Colyford.

Thursday 2: Colyvale - Gribblemead to Gover Meadow.

Friday 3: Seaton Square for the lights switch on.

Monday 6: Colyton – Barnards Field Road, The Butts, town centre.

Tuesday 7: Seaton - Boundary Park, Thornfield Close, Scalwell Mead, Scalwell Park, ending at the bottom of Elizabeth Road.

Wednesday 8: Seaton - Poplar Tree Estate to Barnards Hill Lane, Littlefields, Hawkdown, Axe View, Wychall Park and Roman Way.

Thursday 9: Seaton - Valley View, St Gregory’s Court, Meadway, Scalwell Lane, Elizabeth Road, Homer Lane, Boswell Way, Tracey’s Avenue, Lydgates Road, Harepath Road.

Friday 10: Beer: Christmas lights.

Monday 13: Seaton: Honeyditches, Churston Drive, Couchill Lane, Marlpit Lane, Durley Road, West Acres, Marlpit Close, Havenview.

Tuesday14: Seaton: Harepath Road, Everest Drive, Elmfield Road, Macwood Drive, Eyewell Green, Court Lane, Meadow Road.

Wednesday 15: Seaton: Riverdale, Saltings, Westwood Way, Valley View, Hillymead, Colyford Road, Fortfield, St Clare’s Close, Fore Street.

Thursday 16: Axmouth Esplanade, Esplanade, Castle Hill, Seafield Road, Harbour Road

Friday 17: Seaton: Greenway, Newlands Park, Ryalls Court, Cherry Drive, Townsend,

Highwell Road, Lower part of Harepath Road.

Monday 20: Seaton: Beer Road, The Close, Wessiters, The Paddock, Beer Road, Highcliffe Terrace.

Wednesday 22: Seaton Town Collection with sleigh in Windsor Gardens.


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