Santa Bus is returning to Plymouth

Christmas is right around the corner (I know how did it creep up on us that fast) and it means only one thing – the Plymouth Citybus Santa Bus is back! Will it be as famous as the Coca-Cola truck? Perhaps not across the rest of the world but in Plymouth?

For sure. This year, the touring ‘Santa Bus’ will depart December 12 and continue it’s journey around the city until December 17. : Plymouth pub The Shakespeare Hotel goes on the market

This year the bus will be used to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West. A spokesperson for Plymouth CityBus said called the charity an “extremely worthy cause” and explained it “helps young people and their families across Devon and Cornwall”. The spokesperson continued by saying: “If you can spare a few pennies to support CHSW, we would be very grateful.

“So get your friends and family together and come out to see Santa on our spectacularly festive bus, grab some sweet treats and if you’re lucky, you could be in with a chance of winning a GBP20 LOVE2SHOP voucher if you find the Golden Ticket! “We have tried to cover as many areas as possible so everyone has the chance to see our Santa bus. Below you can see the areas that will be covered each night.

The aim is to start each route at about 4pm each night. Sunday, December 12 – Saltash – Barne Barton – St. Budeaux – Kings Tamerton – Lower Ham – North Prospect – Milehouse

Monday, December 13 – North Prospect – Ham – Devonport – Stonehouse – RWY – Union Street – Molesworth Road – Stoke – Milehouse Tuesday, December 14 – Brake Farm – Ernesettle – Whitleigh – Southway – Crownhill – Tavistock Road – Outland Road Wednesday, December15 – Compton – Efford – Mannamead – Mutley – Peverell – Milehouse

Thursday, December16 – Leigham – Estover – Derriford – Woolwell – Milehouse Friday, December17 – Cattedown – Prince Rock – Plymstock – Mount Gould – Coburg Street – Milehouse Get the best stories about the things you love most curated by us and delivered to your inbox every day.

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