Santa Claus is coming to town for his annual 300-mile tour.
He will be spreading Christmas cheer from aboard his festive sleigh, provided by the Maidenhead Round Table.
Once he has checked if children have been naughty or nice, his trusty elves will dish them out sweets and going around with donation buckets.
St Nick's two week tour will begin on Sunday in Pinkneys Green and will end on Christmas eve in Maidenhead High Street.
The tour has been going for more than 20 years and Round Table treasurer Richard Alvey said: "People always say they have been waiting for us and we get so much positive reaction.
"We are part of the Christmas spirit of the town."
Sunday, December 11, 4-8pm - Cranbrook Estate, starting at Beverley Gardens
Monday, December 12, 6.30-8.30pm - College Road, College Avenue and Mencap
Tuesday, December 13, 6.30-8.30pm - Cox Green, Highfields Lane, Lowbrooke Crescent, Bisley Drive
Saturday, December 17, 4-8pm - Larchfield Estate Area
Sunday, December 18, 4-8pm - Bomber Estate, starting by Courthouse Junior School
Monday, December 19, 6.30-8.30pm - Queensway
Tuesday, December 20, 6.30-8.30pm - St Mark's area including All Saint's Raod and Pennyston Road.
Saturday, December 24, 10am-4pm- High Street
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