Wishing our readers a Merry Christmas at the end of a difficult year


So much of 2020 has been upended and thrown out of the normal calendar of events, that it seems hard to credit the fact that it is Christmas.

It is like no other such festive season in living memory, except for those people, now into their 80s or beyond, who can remember the war and the blackouts.

We would just like to take this moment to wish all our members, subscribers and readers a Merry Christmas, our thoughts go out to everyone who as lost someone and to all those that have found this year more difficult than most.

Merry Christmas everyone, stay safe. In solidarity Paul Knaggs -Labour Heartlands.

For anyone needing help: The Samaritans. Talk on the phone Whatever you’re going through, call free any time, from any phone, on 116 123. If you would like emotional support in Welsh, we have a Welsh Language Line which is free to call. 0808 164 0123 https://www.samaritans.org/…/contact…/talk-us-phone/

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