The Northwood 41 Club are keeping the Christmas spirit alive by sending Santa Claus across Northwood Hills, Pinner and Eastcote for charity.
The club, which is made up of former Northwood Round Table members, will continue its yearly tradition of having their very own Father Christmas visit the areas to spread festive cheer and raise funds for four charities: Neuroblastoma UK, The Disability Foundation at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, The William Low Trust in Pinner and Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY).
After getting permission from the local authorities to do their regular annual collections, Santa will visit Northwood Hills on the evening of December 6, Pinner on December 8 and Eastcote on December 9 and 10.
You’ll be able to donate by throwing cash into one of their buckets or on their contactless card readers.
All money will be collected while adhering to social distancing restrictions.
Gary Herbert, from the club, said: “It’s a fantastic thing to do – you look at the local kids’ faces when they see Santa and they just absolutely love it.
“I started doing this in 1989, and because we’ve been doing it for so longer, you also see people in maybe their 40’s who moved away when they were younger come back to their parents’ houses to see us.”
To find out when Santa is visiting you, go to facebook.com/northwood41club/
Or to donate to Northwood 41’s causes online, go to uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Northwood41Club-Santa-2020