Merry Christmas!

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Festive tidings, everyone. Things have been quiet round here as we’ve been slayed by the various winter viruses doing the rounds. But here he is, in a cheerful santa suit, the likes of which wont be available when the credit is really crunched. Enjoy those pointless dress-up-the-baby-novelty-purchases-and-the-like while you can, and I hope you have a good festive break.

If you’re feeling really cheery, I’ve been involved in doing some fundraising for the baby unit at the Lister Hospital, Stevenage, and if you’re looking for a xmas charidee to give a donation to, then here you go.

Mines is a brandy and babycham, come the drinks order. Merry Xmas!

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