07:00AM, Thursday 04 December 2014
Santa and his reindeer will be making their way through Windsor town centre as part of the annual Reindeer Parade.
Rudolph, Prancer, Dancer, Vixen and more will be setting off from Castle Hill at 2pm on Saturday and will make their way through the High Street, Peascod Street and finish by the Jubilee Monument in King Edward Court.
The parade will also feature the Egham Marching Band and pupils from St George's School Windsor Castle and characters from the Beauty and the Beast pantomime at the Theatre Royal Windsor.
Paul Roach, Windsor and Eton town manager, said: "The Reindeer Parade is promising to be a truly festive event and everyone will have the chance to have their picture taken with Santa and the reindeers at a gallery in King Edward Court."
The gallery will stay open to 4pm and there will a tombola taking place in Peascod Street all day.
The event is organised by The Windsor and Eton Town Partnership and the Royal Borough and is sponsored by King Edward Court.
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