VIDEO: Thousands line the streets of Cloverdale to welcome Surrey Santa Parade

The Surrey Santa Parade kicked off in downtown Cloverdale on Dec. 3.

Thousands lined the streets in downtown Cloverdale on Sunday night (Dec. 3) to watch the first half of the 12th-annual Surrey Santa Parade.

After the parade finished its route through Cloverdale, the Big Rigs for Kids contigent split off and continued down the highway to City Centre, where they will make a display near City Hall.

The parade had more than 80 entries, including the famous big rigs, vintage vehicles, and cars and trucks from local businesses. All were dressed up to welcome Santa Claus in ropes of colourful lights.



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