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Councillor Robinson - Xmas 2020.

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The Santa tour for the west end of Bedlington will being going ahead Monday night, 21st Dec.

We intend starting off at 4.00pm and will head off down Link Avenue and along North Ridge. After a stop at the Willian Allen Homes to give our seniors a carol its then into the West Lea Estate. Hazlemere next and then the Meadowdale Estate followed by Cumberland and Westmorland. After going along Deanery Street and Bishops Meadow we will finally end up going to the Chesters.

Sorry can’t give exact times but follow our progress and updates either on my page or Leading Link’s Facebook page.

Fingers crossed for the weather!


Looks like Stead Lane PTA did a great job let’s hope we see as many smiling faces tomorrow night!

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