On our own ‘Polar Express’ in search of Father Christmas. The temperature has dropped, the Christmas songs are playing on the radio and festive films appear to have started in
Christmas. It’s an expensive time what with gifts for your nearest and dearest, food and decorations to buy, not to mention the cost of Christmas parties. It all takes its
It came. It saw. It went. Christmas that is. The big day that we’d been preparing for and building up to for weeks beforehand is over and a new
“You better watch out, you better not cry. You better not pout, I’m telling you why. Santa Claus is coming to town.” Ho, ho, ho. Merry Christmas!
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A Christmas tune to help get you into the festive spirit. I enjoy a spot of video-making whenever I get the chance, although things have been rather hectic of late.
Grab your ice skates and enter for your chance to win a family ice skating session. In London, one thing I notice about winter and the onset of Christmas, is
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A different approach to Christmas cards. So, today is the first of December. There’s no getting away from it – Christmas is well and truly on its way! With that
Christmas is now finally well and truly over for us. Both sets of grandparents have been seen and all presents exchanged. It has been exhausting and, I’m not afraid to