A Conversation for Christmas Traditions of the Isle of Wight

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Post 1

Swiv (decrepit postgrad)

*hides plasticine just out of Pinniped's reach under some mistletoe*

thanks

Swiv


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Post 2

Bluebottle

You're welcome!

<BB<


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Post 3

Pinniped


"I'm dreaming of a Wight Chrithmath..."

* a very small Killer Whale appears and snatches something from under the mistletoe. Anything could harpoon in the neckscarf hour.... *
smiley - winkeye


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Post 4

Swiv (decrepit postgrad)

gargghhhhh

*races off to try and recover it*


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Post 5

vectusian

My answer relates to Christmas it's self What has happened to all the things that appeared on the Main sheet of Christmas Traditions of the Isle of Wight.
Here in New Zealand christmas is still the Family affair.
Thou the gilten market that was traditional in my time growing up in the Isle of Wight has never been part of the scene out here in New Zealand.If anyone can put me in touch with the Isle of Wight Christmas Carol "The Wold
Hark" and any other songs and music. As you see I have
a disire to pass these things on to my grandchildren
and children before I retire to that abode in the sky.
Vectusian.smiley - cheers


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