Where can you see the Bury St Edmunds Roundtable Santa Sleigh?
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This week children across Bury St Edmunds have the chance to see Father Christmas thanks to the annual Santa Sleigh event organised by Bury St Edmunds Roundtable.
Starting tonight. Monday, December 2, Santa and his sleigh will set off on routes around Bury accompanied by elves and snowmen - volunteers from its key sponsors and the charities they support.
Dan Rogers from Bury St Edmunds Roundtable said: "It is a great week spreading the Christmas spirit and raising money for some great local charities. "It is always nice to see the residents of the town, young and old, come out in all weather to wave and speak to Santa and his helpers."
When can your children see Santa and his sleigh?
All of the Roundtable Santa runs will start at 5.30pm.
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Wednesday, December 4: Horringer, Priors and Westley estate
Thursday, December 5: Hardwick shops, town centre and surrounding streets
Friday, December 6: Ixworth, Pakenham and Thurston
On Wednesday, December 11 the Santa Sleigh will be making special visits to local charities and organisations in the Bury area.
To find out more about the Santa Sleigh, this year's sponsors, and the charities they are supporting, please visit their Facebook page. Read more: 11 places to see Santa in Suffolk this Christmas