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Does anyone know anything about the rather 'cute' Christmas tree on display in the Square on Friday evening?

Either this one has been donated by a tribe of Pygmies....or the Summer's weather really has affected the Christmas tree crop this year.

It was 'planted' around 6pm-.....an anonymous donation it would appear! Not sure if this was a wind up for ADAS or whether it was 'relocated' from somebody else's property, since there was a bit  of mindless vandalism reported around the village last night.

Needless (sorry for the pun) to say it was found (by a paperboy) to have moved again in the night, to different spot in the village.

If anyone is missing a small artificial tree we have afforded it protection in our stock room, from where it may be claimed by the rightful owner.

 

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