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Time to dust off the Bedlington.co.uk Santa hat yet?

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For a minute there I thought that i had slept through whats left of December. But youre all just early off the mark!

Anyway, Merry Christmas and a Happy New year to all of you. I hope 2009 is whole lot better than we are currently being promised.

Good luck and good times to everybody!

Joe Rooney

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Merry Xmas and all that to my friends at Bedlington.com P.S mick 2 nice card

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Merry christmas to all. Drove through Bedlington this very day, saw some changes and rekindled memories of yesteryear.

All the best, Jojo.

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