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christmas tree is down .
Started by: ann-spam (3470)  Report abuse
Has anyone one else laid it away till next year .

Posted by: berylh (1902) Report abuse
Not yet!

Posted by: jarvo (29628)  Report abuse
Ends on January 6th...

Do keep up!

Posted by: ann-spam (3470)  Report abuse
They have even taken the Christmas tree down in the grand arcade

Posted by: cindy (5833)   Report abuse
I Dont take Our's down till the 6th.

Posted by: i-spy (14697)  Report abuse
The one at the bottom of Makinson arcade is still there. In fact I had a sit down in it this morning

Posted by: i-spy (14697)  Report abuse
The one at the bottom of Makinson arcade is still there. In fact I had a sit down in it this morning

Posted by: momac (10737)  Report abuse
We were there this morning i-spy...must have passed you.

Posted by: joemaplin (195)  Report abuse
There are only 12 days of christmas,so I assume that you all put your trees up on christmas eve..no thought not.....6 Jan my arris

Posted by: linma (2571) Report abuse
The Queen's decorations don't come down until the beginning of February.

Posted by: jathbee (10131) Report abuse
Made a start. Christmas cards gone. About to start on the rest of the decs and tree.

Posted by: roylew (3142) Report abuse
Came down Boxing Day..had it up though for 12 days...

Posted by: fletcher (689)  Report abuse
Came down Christmas Day.

Posted by: PeterP (7625) Report abuse
Never put the tree up this year needed the space for seating

Posted by: broady (15733)   Report abuse
Only had the five this year as we had one chopped down a while ago. Outside decorations will probably be taken down around Easter as usual.

Posted by: jouell (4705) Report abuse
Christmas day is the First Day of Christmas.. Jan 6 is the 12th day, Three Kings day... Tree comes down then... That's how it was when I was little and growing up, at age 74, I still carry on that Tradition...

Posted by: priscus (8245) Report abuse

Yer start celebrating in November for the Jewish New Year...
and carry on until....
February for the Chinese New Year.....
A brief respite for March, .....
And then it is
(Thai New Year) in April

Posted by: priscus (8245) Report abuse
I know Jewish New Year is now September, but when I lived in Manchester, many moons ago, I do recall celebrating it in November. It must have moved!

I remember the lights being kept from November to February in the appropriate district.

Posted by: kathpressey (5113)  Report abuse
day after Boxing day all the cards and decs went. Fed up of it by then.[I don't have a tree]

Posted by: PeterP (7625) Report abuse
Sorted Christmas cards out.Plain cards in Blue bin. Cards with glitter on Fronts put in Black bin rest put into Blue bin ready for bin day tomorrow


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