Kwinana Lolly Run is back for 2021

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The Lolly Run is set to return to Kwinana this year.
Camera IconThe Lolly Run is set to return to Kwinana this year. Credit: supplied

The Kwinana Lolly Run is set to hand out more lolly bags than ever across seven nights in December.

The Lolly Run 2021 will have three trucks and more than 50 volunteer helpers handing out more than 25,000 pre-packed lolly bags to children this year.

Listen out for the beeps and music between 5pm and 8.30pm on the night when the Lolly Run is in your suburb, or track it live on the City of Kwinana website’s Lolly Run page to see when it will be in your street.

Mayor Carol Adams welcomed the continued support from local volunteers and event sponsor Kwinana Industries Council in making the Lolly Run an annual success.

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“The Lolly Run is a 65-year tradition unique to Kwinana which we as a City are proud to see continue to bring some Christmas cheer to the community,” Ms Adams said.

“We encourage people to put the relevant date in their calendar and use the live-tracking available this year, or keep an ear out for the beeps and music of the trucks between 5pm and 8.30pm.”

The timetable for the Lolly Run 2021 is:

• Friday, December 17: Anketell, Honeywood, Orelia, Mandogalup, rural Wandi

• Saturday, December 18: Wellard

• Sunday, December 19: Calista, Medina, Casuarina

• Monday, December 20: Leda, Homestead Ridge

• Tuesday, December 21: Bertram

• Wednesday, December 22: Emerald Park and Sunrise Estate, Providence

• Thursday, December 23: Parmelia

The Anketell, Casuarina, Mandogalup, rural Wandi and East of the freeway part of Wellard runs are being held by the local volunteer bush fire brigades and the dates are subject to availability of fire crews.

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