With the festive season now in full swing, residents in Swarcliffe, east Leeds will be treated to a visit from Santa this week.
The Swarcliffe Santa float, takes place on Wednesday 13 December, starting at the Swarcliffe Community Centre at 4pm and returning there at approximately 6pm, times are indicative dependant of traffic and weather.
Santa and his trusty elves will be handing out sweets to the local children along the planned route.
Yorkshire Housing’s Swarcliffe PFI project manager Sally Kendrick said: “This event is fast becoming a local tradition, we’ve always had a great response in the past from residents and we love to see the children making their way out on to the streets with their families to welcome Santa to their area”.
“We’re now in our fourth year and I have to thank our partners, HCP and Morgan Sindall, as well as everyone who has been involved in the past. It’s a magical night for the children of Swarcliffe and it’s made possible by the efforts of our staff and volunteers.”
Check Santa’s route on the right and find out when you can go meet him in Swarcliffe this week.