Chance to meet Santa as Bewsey residents create winter wonderland and show true meaning of Christmas

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THE true spirit of Christmas is alive and kicking at Bewsey, Warrington, with a winter wonderland lights display and a visit from Santa, helping raise funds for St Rocco’s Hospice.

Residents of Southworth Avenue have transformed their homes and gardens to make it a winter wonderland for Christmas. It started during Covid restrictions last year and has become bigger and better.

The sleigh in the garden has been made by the owner of the house and the snow machine was very kindly donated by a local business, Sand Stone Supplies.

Santa is coming to Southworth Avenue on the first three Saturdays in December, starting today at 4.30pm.

The Bewsey residents have clubbed together to have him travel from the North Pole especially to see the local children (and adults) to see if they have been naughty or nice.

People are welcome to visit, have their photograph taken with the man in red and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and some reindeer food, as well as sweets for the children.

All donations will be sent to St Rocco’s Hospice. Santa will be in the Avenue from 4.30pm until 7.30pm on 4th, 11th and 18th of December.

Bewsey resident Abby Taleb said: “What a wonderful sign of community and Christmas spirit, especially after the trying times over the last two years.”

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