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Santa Claus Is Heading To Your Town

Santa Claus Is Heading To Your Town

(Reissued with new times)
Here’s your chance to catch a glimpse of Santa before Christmas Eve!

Make sure you get down to your local Westfield to tell Santa what’s on your Christmas list this year!

Santa will be arriving with special friends in tow to his magical Christmas sets at Westfield shopping centres from Auckland to Christchurch and everywhere in between.

Santa will start bringing Christmas to Westfield centres from Saturday November 17.

Centre Date Time
Westfield St Luke’s Saturday 17 November 1pm
Westfield Riccarton Sunday 18 November 1pm
Westfield Manukau City Friday 23 November 6:30pm
Westfield Queensgate Saturday 24 November 1pm
Westfield West City Saturday 24 November 11am
Westfield Glenfield Sunday 25 November 1pm
Westfield Pakuranga Sunday 25 November 11am
Westfield Chartwell Saturday 1 December 11am
Westfield Albany Saturday 1 December 1pm

ENDS

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