Christmas decorations

nick...

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Arable Farmer
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south norfolk
Nothing here either.my dad collapsed the day before xmas eve nearly 13 years ago and went to hospital never to return.he died on my mums birthday on 26jan.i really dont like christmas and may go hedge cutting or find something else to do
Nick...
 

wdah/him

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Location
tyrone
i got some strange looks today at work with frosty the snowman in the passanger seat of the jeep, probly more so yeaterday when i had the three foot battery christmas tree in the back of the window lite up when i went for 40 mile drive before decorating a hall lol. its christmas
 

Robt

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Location
Suffolk
Nothing here either.my dad collapsed the day before xmas eve nearly 13 years ago and went to hospital never to return.he died on my mums birthday on 26jan.i really dont like christmas and may go hedge cutting or find something else to do
Nick...
Sorry to hear that nick, however, concentrate on the good times, your dad would be proud of that wood pile you now have. Oh and that fact that your are an unassuming nice guy!
 

Tomjoad

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Location
Essex
Nothing here either.my dad collapsed the day before xmas eve nearly 13 years ago and went to hospital never to return.he died on my mums birthday on 26jan.i really dont like christmas and may go hedge cutting or find something else to do
Nick...
So sorry to hear this Nick though I can completely understand why you feel this way.

I had a very similar experience with my Dad and it’s not easy.
 

Palms

New Member
Similar to Nick, big hole to fill this time of year. All the time if I’m honest!

If it helps, I came to realise the ones we lost would want better for us. Starting to enjoy Xmas a bit more.
 

Fromebridge

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BASIS
Location
West Glos
No kids here anymore so we put lights round a tree in the garden. That's about it other than Christmas cards on display (if we get any)
 

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Ktwo announce 5-year partnership with North American importer.

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Written by John Swire

Ktwo are a leading British manufacturer of farming machinery and they have now secured a 5-year export partnership to continue to serve their growing audience across North America.

Ktwo saw an opportunity in the North American market for strong high-quality agriculture trailers after being approached by several companies across the US and Canada in early 2020. They needed a manufacturer with the capacity and experience to fulfil their need for strong, large silage trailers to hold volumes up to 75m3.

“We see big potential for our machines across North America,’’ explains Robbie Polson, Ktwo managing director, ‘’and we are very pleased to announce we have secured a...
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