Clontarf Santa Parade 2023!

18 Dec 2022 - 18 Dec 2022 Clontarf Garda Station
Clontarf Santa Parade is back for 2022, on Sunday 18th December at 4 pm. 
Christmas would not be Christmas without the Cycling Without Age Clontarf Parade and this year will be bigger, better, and louder than ever! Kicking off from Strandville Ave (Clontarf Garda Station) at 16:00 on Sunday the 18th of December we will have Santa in his amazing new sleigh supported by a host of reindeer getting ready to parade through the streets of Clontarf. He will be joined by members of the Garda Siochana being blue light escorted through the parade and our amazing Coast Guards that have been kept busy all summer.
The Harleys Davidsons lads will be louder than ever along with their mates the Dublin Tri bike motorbike crew and our amazing Cycling Without Age trishaws with some very special reindeer.
Our Novelty Fire Truck will be there alongside Rudolf in his James Bond Car. Christmas Music will be boombox blasting out of the cargo bikes provided by Joe from the Dublin City Cycling exec. and last but not least, if they are not busy, we might be lucky enough to have our amazing parade joined by our lifesaver friends from the Dublin City Fire brigade team with a full tender blasting blue light through our streets.
It’s all too exciting to take in but be sure to be out there in your Christmas jumpers in the festive spirit with your neighbours cheering on the parade.
The call out this year is that we would love to be joined by all you ‘cargo bike’ folks out there this year but participation is solely reliant on you decking them out in Christmas lights, tinsel, and décor! Meeting from 15:45 in readiness for the kickoff at 16:00.
And don’t forget to leave plenty of space on your roads for us to get through as Santa is going to be very busy and needs to get back to the North pole to make sure that the elves are finishing off the last few toys before he heads off around the world on his Christmas eve magical journey.
It's feeling a little like Christmas and It's ‘Gonna be Greeeeaaattttt’ !