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Welcome to the December edition of your local Test Valley Gazette magazine.

Well Christmas is nearly here! Everyone is getting festive and the same as last year local businesses send Season’s Greetings to all our readers on pages 24-25. I also wonder what will be this year’s Christmas No 1? For a bit of fun in our Christmas feature we’ve added a Christmas Music Quiz either for on the day itself when the family gathers together or beforehand on a relaxing day with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie. Good Luck!

If you are looking for events to keep up the Christmas cheer, do support your local amateur dramatics and their Christmas productions as they put on a good show which the kids really enjoy! Please remember too, that Christmas isn’t always full of joy for all, so if you can spare a few pennies for charity campaigns locally, I know charities like Foodbank, Crisis and many others would be very appreciative of your donation. This month we cover Harmonium Singers tasty choral fayre at a carol concert, Enham Trust to open innovative café and training space, The Rainbow Centre wins £25,000 from the Freemasons, plus we’ve added all the usual features that our readers enjoy reading!

We are always happy to connect with local people whether it be Community or Education news, Local Events or Charity Fundraisers or whether you are local businesses looking to discuss their marketing strategy, so please do email us tracey@testvalleygazette.co.uk. Please also get in touch if you have any events you would like advertised on our website or in our What’s On section in the publications.

Merry Christmas to all our customers and readers from us all at MLG Magazines

Tracey

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