Sleigh set for Honiton tour

PUBLISHED: 17:30 02 December 2016 | UPDATED: 08:58 06 December 2016

Honiton Christmas carnival. The Honiton Round Table's Santa Claus. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 0187-50-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders

Honiton Christmas carnival. The Honiton Round Table's Santa Claus. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 0187-50-13AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on Photo Orders

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Honiton Round Table will be touring the town with its Santa Sleigh and raising money at the same time for good causes.

The schedule for this year’s run is as follows:

Honiton Christmas Carnival, Saturday, December 3

Route One

Sunday, December 4: 4pm to 7.30pm

Shipley Road - Stop at Macauley Close, Steele Close; Langford Ave - Stop at Tremaine Close, Marwood Place; Pottery Close - Stop in close; Charles Road - Stop at end; Pale Gate Close - Stop at end; Northcote Lane - Stop at Lee Close, Minifie Road; George Street - Stop at end and on bend; St Cyres Road - Stop at Phillips Square; Ashleigh Road - Stop at end and Willowdale Close; Oaklea - Stop at Ware Court.

Route Two

Wednesday December 7: 6pm to 8pm

Willow walk - Stop at end, middle junction; Yallop Way - Stop at Wren Close; Heron Road - Turn at end Stop at Dove Close; Woodmill View - Stop at Stone Close; Glandville Way - Stop at Mathews Close, Claylands View; Biddington way - Stop at mid point; Whitmore Way - Stop at Hellier Close, Biddington Way; Bucanon Close - Stop at new road.

Dunkeswell, Thursday December 8: 6.30pm to 8pm

Outside Throgmorton Community Hall

Route Three

Sunday December 11: 4pm to 7.30pm

Lilley Walk - Stop at end; Jerrard Crescent - Stop at top, Jerrard Close; Eureka Terrace - Stop at Terrace; Mead View - Stop at end, Fair view; Livermore Road - Stop mid way; Round Ball Close - Stop at end; Little Town Road - Stop at end of Steamers Meadows; Manor Crescent - Stop at Little Town Villas, top and end; Haydons Park - Stop Midway; Woodman’s Crescent - Stop at top by footpath and end by path; Sawmills Way - Stop at end and midway; Crosscut Way - Stop midway.

Route Four

Wednesday, December 14: 6pm to

8pm.

St Peter’s & St Paul’s - Stop at St Peters, St Paul’s Estate, Welch Drive; St Leonard’s - Stop at corner St Leonard’s & St Paul’s; Chestnut Way - Stop at Hornbeam Close; Walnut Road - Stop Snowdrop Close; Old Elm Road - Stop at Laburnham Close; Honeysuckle Drive - Stop at Heather Close, Ferndale Close Cherry Close - Stop at Old Elm Road.

Route Five

Sunday, December 18: 4pm to 7.30pm

Monmouth way - Stop at both ends of Glen Farm Crescent; Waterleat Avenue - Stop at Durbin; Buttery Road - Stop at Buttery Road Close; Brand Road - Stop at Brand Close, and at top; Gronau Close - Stop at end, Shortridge Close; Hatcher Close - Stop at end; Hazelwood Close - Stop at Holly Cl, Blackthorn Close, Spindlewood Close; Moore Park - Stop at T-junction; Linhay Close - Stop at end; Butts Close - Stop at T-junction; Upland Chase - Stop at T-junction.

Feniton

Wednesday, December 21: 6.30pm to 8pm

Outside Feniton Football Club

Route Six

Saturday, December 24: 4.30pm to

6.30pm

Millers Way - Stop at footpath both ends, Highfield; Millhead Road - Stop at Mount Close, Hawthorne Close; Rosemount Lane - Stop at Courtenay; Joslin Road - Stop at end and mid point; Rosemount Lane - Stop at start of Rowcroft Close; Milldale Crescent - Stop at top and mid point; Rosemount Close - Stop at end; Banfield Way - Stop at mid point; Little Town Road - Stop at Whitebridges (North). Whitebridges (South) - Stop at entrance.


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