See which roads in Bury St Edmunds Santa and his team of elves will be visiting in the run up to Christmas 2016
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This week the Bury St Edmunds Round Table will be touring the town with their Santa sleigh, spreading Christmas cheer to children and grown ups.
The annual Santa tour is a highlight for many, a magical experience for children to see Santa visiting their home ahead of the big night.
Each night this week, Santa will be setting out at 5.30pm and travelling around different neighbours, visiting as many families as possible. See our route guide below to find out when he will be in your area.
• Monday, December 5 - Airfield Road car park, Mount Road, Bradbrook Close estate, Appledown Drive, Codling Drive, Ortewell Road, Barton Road, Kingsworth Road
• Tuesday, December 6 - Greengage pub car park, Beetons Way, Oakes Road, Hunter Road, Beard Road, Clay Road, Northumberland Avenue, Lancaster Avenue, Baldwin Avenue, Severn Road, Lake Avenue, Gloucester Road, Acacia Avenue, Waveney Road, Anselm Avenue, Bunbury Road, Philip Road, Tollgate Lane and ending at Tollgate pub.
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• Wednesday, December 7 - Glastonbury Road car park, Wigston Road, Huntingfield Road, Winthrop Road, Boyne Road, Ashwell Road, Highbury Road, Park Road, Cadogen Road, Abbot Road, Maltward Avenue, Starre Road, Westley Road, Oliver Road, Ridley Road, Greene Road, Willcox Avenue and ending at Westbury Social Club
• Thursday, December 8 - Hardwick Precinct car park, Hardwick Lane, Home Farm Lane, Mayfield Road, Nowton Road, Southgate Street, Maynewater Lane, Crown Street, Churchgate Street, Guildhall Street, Cornhill, Butter Market, Abbeygate Street, Angel Hill, Northgate Street, Fornham Road and ending at Tesco car park
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• Friday. December 9 - Skyliner Way, Primack Road, Mead Road, Skyliner Way, Drovers Avene, Daisy Avenue, Bluebell Avenue, Cranesbill Drive, and ending at Moreton Hall Community Centre