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By Tristan Harris Monday 09 December 2013 Updated: 12/12 23:50
SANTA is on his sleigh and touring Bromsgrove district, delivering presents to all the good boys and girls who have been nice, not naughty, this year.
The Round Table's Father Christmas will be in Woodland Grange, Pennine Road and Lea Park Rise on Thursday (December 12), Catshill, Lickey End and Townsend Farm on Friday (December 13), Bromsgrove High Street on Saturday (December 14) and at Bromsgrove Rugby Club and Stoke Heath on Sunday (December 15).
After that, he will be at Rutherford Road and Harwood Park on Tuesday (December 17), in Charford on Wednesday (December 18) and at Breme Park, Fordhouse Road, Blackwood Road and Bant Mill Road on Thursday (December 19).
Next Friday (December 20), Santa's sleigh will move to Deansway, Forelands, Hill Top and Greyfriars and be at Morrisons next Saturday (December 21).
The last place Father Christmas will visit is The Oakalls - that will be on Sunday (December 22).
But the service has been criticised as the man in the big red suit will not be visiting Rubery.
A spokeperson for Bromsgrove Round Table said: "Unfortunately, we won't be able to go to Rubery because of resources.
"It used to be done by Rubery Round Table, but that branch closed around ten years ago.
"We would like to do everywhere, but Bromsgrove district is so large.
"We will consider trying to get to Rubery when we iscuss next year's Santa.
"If we can get more members, then we will be able to go to more areas," he added.
Anyone wanting to find out more about the Santa visits or book one can call Stuart on 07973 779403.
Those wanting to find out more about joining the Bromsgrove Round Table can also call that number.
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