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Rural fire truck to deliver Christmas cheer

Santa will be delivering the Christmas cheer from a fire truck on December 23 and 24.
Santa will be delivering the Christmas cheer from a fire truck on December 23 and 24. Tom Threadingham

Santa usually travels on his sleigh with the help of his reindeer, but this year he will also be delivering the festive cheer from a fire truck.

The Woodlea and Grantham Rural Fire Brigades are teaming up to spread the festive cheer as part of the Gatton -Grantham Christmas Run.

Santa will be on board delivering lollies to the children on December 23 and 24 in the Gatton and Grantham area.

A full list of times and streets where you can catch Santa and the rural fire brigade are below.

December 23 - Gatton area:

2pm - 2.30pm

Red Gum Dr, Spotted Gum Rd, Cedar Dr and Ironbark Rd.

2.30pm - 2.50pm

Crestview Ave, Leslie St, Metcalf St, South St, Marika Dr, Hemdon St, Luther St, Davey Rd.

2.50pm - 3.10pm

Lillian St, Highview Ave, Hunter St, Reisenleiter Ave, Dawson Dr.

3.10pm -3.30pm

Davis Cres, Rogers Dr, Andrews Dr, Robert Maguire Dr, Bauer St, Murphy St, Wilson St, Falconer St, Hennessy St, Tew  Cres.

3.30pm - 3.40pm

Raymont  Cres, Fitzgerald St,  Golf Links Dr.

3.40pm - 4.10pm

Old College Rd, Jubilee St, Buaraba St, Buaraba St, Wilks St, Ford St, Hallas St, Hickey St, Allan St, Gaul St, Park Lane.

4.10pm -4.50pm

Old College Rd, Beaven St, Princess St, Mill St, Byrne St, Murry St, Jordan St, Buaraba St, Dwyer St, Allan St, Skinner St, Feldhahn St, Strong St.

4.50pm -5.50pm

Lake Apex Dr, Dionysious St, Lakeview Dr, Mountview Cres, Cleary St, O'Brien St, Whittle St, Hill St, William St, Bauhinia St, Jensen St, Cochrane St, Woodlands Rd.

 

December 24 - Gatton and Grantham area:

3pm -3.40pm

Victor St, Christopher St, Boxmoor St, Robert St.

3.40pm - 4.10pm

Ditchmen Dr, Baltzer Circuit, Tryhorn St, Wilkinson Place, Engler St, Kiln St, Singh St, Turnbull St.

4.10pm - 4.30pm

Old Toowoomba Rd.

4.30pm - 4.50pm

Placid Dr, Old Toowoomba Rd, Lachlan Way, Kyle Cl, Tara Haven, Parklea Dr, Kelly View, Jelisa Place, Caitlian Ct.

4.50pm -5.30pm

East St, North St, Maitland St, Lowe St, Spencer St, Fitzroy St, Gum Ct, Riddell St, Cochrane St, Stubbersfield St.

5.30pm - 6pm

Koala Cres, Rangerview Dr, Boomerand Dr, Kookaburra Dr, Grevillea Ct, Kurrajong Rd, Banksia Rd.

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