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3.    Christmas Track:                                         White Christmas - Bing Crosby

4.    Christmas Carol:                                          I Saw Three Ships (Come Sailing In)

5.    Christmas Film:                                            White Christmas

6.    Something to Prepare:                 Take the family to the pantomime

7     Children's Christmas Picture Book:          A Christmas Eve Ghost - Shirley Hughes

8.    Children's Christmas Paprtback:               Mr Christmas - Roger Hargreaves

9.    Adult Christmas Book::                                                                                                                                                                              Silent Night: The Remarkable Christmas Truce Of 1914 y Stanley Weintraub

10.   Christmas Cracker Joke:                                                                                                                                                                           Why did no one bid for Rudolph and Blitzen on eBay? Because they were two deer!

11    A Christmas Number:               

15 the number of hours the average Briton takes to do their Christmas shopping

12.    An Amazing Christmas Fact:  We eat 25m Christmas puds every year.

13.    Christmas Character:                                £170 is spent by the average family on their Christmas dinner.

14.    Unusual Gifts:           

Gift of Nothing. What do you buy for the person that's got it all? The Gift of Nothing of course! At least they won't have one already. And there's no chance of them hating you for it, because there's nothing to hate. There are so many gift-giving occasions these days that we're all inevitably going to run out of ideas at some point. This Nothing Gift is perfect for when that day comes. At least they'll never say "surprise me" again... About This Product: oA fantastic ball of nothingness, en-captured in it's own presentation pack oThe pack measures approx 17.5 cm x 9 cm x 8 cm oYou get a whopping 8 cm x 8 cm x 8 cm of nothing in each pack! Congratulations! You are currently looking at nowt. This is the ultimate in minimalism, 'Less is more!' as they always say. Open the pack with eagerly awaiting hands and bask in the glory that is... Nothing. What do you get? o1 x Gift of Nothing From Find Me A Gift.co.uk (Internet) £4.99

15.   TV AD:                                                         Aldi's 'Favourite Things'  2015

16.    EWAN'S ADVENT MESSAGE:             

17.   GEORGE'S ADVENT MESSAGE:         

18    Christmas Album –CD

                                JIM REEVES 12 SONGS OF CHRISTMAS 

1              Jingle Bells  2:46 

2              Blue Christmas  3:05 

3              Señor Santa Claus  2:20 

4              An Old Christmas Card  2:44 

5              The Merry Christmas Polka  2:16 

6              White Christmas  3:10 

7              Silver Bells  2:54 

8              C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S  2:45 

9              O Little Town Of Bethlehem  2:16 

10           Mary's Boy Child  3:05 

11           O Come, All Ye Faithful  2:02 

12           Silent Night

 

19.          A Christmas List:

                                EXCITING THINGS TO DO AND SEE IN DECEMBER

1              The famous Lincoln Christmas Market Thursday 1st December to Sunday 4th December more details : http://www.lincoln-christmasmarket.co.uk/2016

2              See Oxford St Lights Trafalgar Sqr Christmas Tree

3              12-Dec-16             Carols Under The Tree Linby Notts Be there 6.30pm

4              Newstead Abbey, Notts: Snowflake Trail, Santa's Grotto, Seasonals Ghost Walk , Christmas Afternoon tea More detail http://www.newsteadabbey.org.uk/whats-on

5              Christmas at Chatsworth  5 November 2016 - 3 January 2017 Open Thursday and Friday evenings until 16 December Closed 24 - 26 December 2016 and 1 January 2017 Christmas Nutcracker Visit Christmas themed House and Garden More detail http://www.chatsworth.org/attractions-and-events/christmas-at-chatsworth

6              Centre Parks Winter Wonderland at 5 centres More details: http://www.centerparcs.co.uk/winter_wonderland

7              Nottingham Theatre Royal Pantomime - Jack & the Beanstalk with Chuckle Brothers More Info: http://www.pantomime.com/venues/nottingham

8              "NottinghamPlayhouse Pantomime  Aladdin Friday 25 November 2016 - Saturday 21 January 2017 See More at: http://www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk/whats-on/family

9              2016/17 is set to be yet another busy year at the Midland Railway – Butterley Santa Specials throughout December 2016  Visit http://www.midlandrailway-butterley.co.uk/events/

10           Christmas, Seasonal illuminations lighting Kew Gardens after dark. Booking needed Details at: http://www.kew.org/visit-kew-gardens/whats-on/christmas-at-kew-2016

11           Santa Deluxe Steam Train family fun - Great Central Railway, Loughborough Santa Steam Trains – from 26 Nov – 24 Dec Details at: http://www.gcrailway.co.uk/special-events/santa-steam-trains-from-28-nov-24-dec/

12           Seee Nottingham Market & Lights

13           Great Rail Visit to Bruges Christmas Market

14           Have a weekend Christmas shopping in New York Visit Central Park & Time Square, 5th Avenue

15           See Santa in Lapland

16           WhitePost Farm, Nottingham

17           Christmas at Beamish Every day, 10am to 4pm from 19th November to 24th December Step into a magical Christmas past and be part of our unforgettable celebrations. Enjoy a Christmas experience to remember as you discover the wondrous sights, sounds and mouth-watering tastes of traditional festivities in the 1820s, 1900s and 1940s. Visit Father Christmas in his cosy fireside Grotto, meet his friendly reindeer, indulge in festive food, explore the beautifully decorated homes and shops and much more. http://www.beamish.org.uk/events/christmas-at-beamish/

18           Sherwood Pines - Edwinstowe Choosing your perfect Christmas tree When you visit, our friendly, expert staff will help you choose from our selection of Lodgepole Pines, Nordmann firs and Norway Spruces! Our high quality, sustainable Christmas trees all come with a 100% Santa Approved certificate, so you know that you're getting the very best tree. Pick one, plant one! To highlight the importance of sustainable forestry, you'll receive a free Christmas tree sapling with every purchase! Keep it well watered, and care for it well, and that sapling will grow into a big, strong Christmas tree. We will be trading from 26th November - 18th December. Open 9:00 - 15:30 daily. http://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/beeh-aelca3

19           Euro Disney

20           Lapland to see Santa

21           See the International Space Station (ISS) on its  travels over UK. The ISS will do a 'low pass' over the UK on 21 December between 5pm and 5.02pm, going from west to east. Flying at an altitude of roughly 200 miles, as it reflects light from the sun it looks like a bright light (or indeed Santa's sleigh) as it cruises past.

22                           Ice skating Central Park New York or Market Square Nottingham or  Ice Ice Baby Get your skates on and soak up the festive atmosphere at Somerset House's gorgeous open-air ice rink. Little ones who need support on the ice can lean on a polar bear stabiliser. Defrost afterwards with a steaming hot chocolate and cake in the adjoining cafe. 

23           See the Harry Potter sets transformed for the winter season at Hogwarts in the Snow at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. The Great Hall will be lined with eight Christmas trees and the castle model will be blanketed with filmmaking snow

24           Midnight Mass  at any UK Church

25           Here it is MERRY CHRIST - EVERYONE HAVE A BALL Have Christmas dinner with the family               

                               

When I was a lad at school around 13 years old, our Maths teacher used to call me Wol. At the end of the year as we were moving up a class I plucked up courage to ask why he called me Wol. He told meit was thename of the deslexic owl in Winnie the Pooh. With my Harry Potter glasses he said I looked like the Wise Old Owl in the Winnie the Pooh stories.

 

Being the vain person I am I took it as a compliment

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