Every year my mum has Christmas customs that must be adhered to in a surprisingly strict fashion. Cakes must be stirred on certain dates, scraggy old Fimo cribs must be resurrected and lolly-stick stars tacked to the tree for the twentieth year. She gets out our childhood books, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, Sam Pig’s […]
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