Firefighter santas tour Langford on Christmas eve

Santa Claus will riding around Langford this Saturday, Christmas eve, distributing candy canes and goodwill on three different fire trucks.

Santa Claus will riding around Langford this Saturday, Christmas eve, distributing candy canes and goodwill on three different fire trucks.

The annual Langford fire department Santa run leaves from the three stations on Dec. 24 from about 5 to 8 p.m., touring virtually all Langford neighbourhoods. Trucks will accept food for the Goldstream Food Bank.

The truck from Station 1 at 2625 Peatt Rd. will cover Mill Hill and north Langford.

A truck from Station 2 at 3205 Happy Valley Rd. will cover the Glen Lake and Happy Valley areas.

A truck from Station 3 at 2872 Sooke Lake Rd. will cover the Mount Wells area.

 

 

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