We've decided against posting Christmas cards again this year, instead we will be supporting 'Crisis at Christmas'!

1st December 2022
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We've decided against posting Christmas cards again this year, instead we will be supporting 'Crisis at Christmas'!

This amazing charity helps the homeless. Our donation will help someone take their first steps out of homelessness.

Wishing all our family, friends and clients a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.


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