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To quote Johnny Mathis, “it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”, which means your Community Christmas elves are back with a host of amazing prizes up for grabs – trust me, Father Christmas has outdone himself this year.
Throughout the Christmas period we'll be giving you the chance to win a range of goodies. This week's giveaway includes:
To enter, simply answer the below questions by commenting below.
What’s your favourite way to relax over the Christmas period?
The competition closes on Monday (17/12/18) at 12pm, and winners will be chosen at random and contacted by email that same day.
The first prize is a Soap and Glory hamper, kindly donated by Boots; the second prize is a calendar, a diary and a limited-edition mug and set of Christmas cards from our Macmillan shop; the third prize is a signed The New Saints football shirt in a size medium.
The competition will close 17/12/18 at 12pm. We’ll then draw the winners and contact them the same day. The winners will need to claim their prizes by 11.59pm at 24/12/18. Please see the terms and conditions of the competition here. Winners will be chosen at random, and prizes can only be posted to UK addresses.
Ellen, Jess and Jimmy
Online Community Team
Love love love snuggling up with a fluffy throw watching Elf with a huge hot chocolate with whipped cream and marshmallows. YUM!
Watching cheesy Christmas movies with a blanket and a mug of hot chocolate and the Christmas tree twinkling away in the corner
Just being at home with my wife and our cats is the biggest present I could have had after my treatment this year .
Having all the family round for dinner the craziness of it... Christmas games in the evening with the grandchildren and giving thanks for the past year and the year to come
Has to be relaxing and watching the family. I have never really liked Christmas but over the past two years I have learned 1 thing never take life for granted you just don't know what's round the corner LIVE LAUGH & LOVE and spread the cheer
Sitting by the Christmas tree, with a log fire burning and a glass of mulled wine.
My favourite way would be snuggled up in a log cabin, surrounded by snow, lots of sparkly lights and decorations, listening to Xmas music and reading a book. That’s not going to happen though, so it’s Mary Poppins at the local cinema on Xmas day!
This year is all about spending Christmas with my husband, 2 kids and my mum as this could be her last Christmas with us so we're planning on making lots of amazing Christmas memories and maybe start a new tradition of baking cookies and watching a special film - something that we can carry on with the children to remember Grandma in Christmases to come. xx
Finished my radiotherapy this week and can't wait to enjoy Christmas with family.
My perfect Christmas would be to get all my family together - which would mean we have to go to Australia or I have to get them over here. Maybe we could borrow Santa's Sleigh?
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