By Audlem Webteam - 25th December 2011 7:12am
The Audlem Online webteam wish all our readers and contributors a very happy Christmas.
We can't think why, but the website might be a little quieter than normal today. But, if anything major beyond everyone enjoying themselves should happen, our Christmas-cover skeleton staff will still bring you any important news.
Our thanks to those that have sent greetings to everyone from near and far including new Audlem businesses such as the Flower Divas and Jinja Bakes. From Australia, we have received greetings from Jonty Smith. It's always wonderful to hear that we are read around the world by so many with Audlem connections.
We do hope everyone has a lovely day, wherever you are.
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