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During Christmas and New Year:

  • The Office will be closed from Friday 23rd December to Monday 2nd January inclusive, and will reopen on Tuesday 3rd January.
  • The notice sheet for 25th December will be printed on Thursday 22nd December; please send any items in by 9am on that day. There will be no notice sheet for Sunday 1st January.
  • The Coffee Bar will close at 12 noon on Friday 16th December and will be closed from Saturday 17th December until Monday 2nd January inclusive; it will reopen on Tuesday 3rd January.
  • The daily website news items will resume on Monday 2nd January.

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