Tree is welcome for the month of December. Can go up on the first, comes down on the 31st.
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19-11-2013 19:49 #11
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19-11-2013 19:51 #12
We have had our tree uo since early october i think. Comes down whenever i feel like it so could be as late as march but my dad will prolly take it down end of january for me.
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19-11-2013 19:56 #13
19-11-2013 20:06 #14
Tree went up last weekend and will likely come down in the first couple of weeks in Jan. We love Christmas and I figure Santa's at the shops so I can decorate! The house always looks so bare when everything is taken down
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19-11-2013 20:08 #15
Mine is still up from 3 years ago
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19-11-2013 20:19 #16
19-11-2013 20:28 #17
Ours usually goes up in November and gets taken down when I can be bothered. One year I took it down in April on the day I was moving house.
DP and I put it up together
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19-11-2013 20:31 #18
Put up first weekend Dec.....taken down just after new year...
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19-11-2013 20:49 #19-
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Always December 1st they go up and are down before the New yr
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19-11-2013 20:52 #20
We did 1st of Dec last year but it was totally ratty by the time Xmas day rolled around (we get a real tree). This year we'll prob out it up 2 weeks before Xmas. It always comes down before NYE. I'm keen to have it up for less time this year esp with a new puppy. I can already see how fun it's going to be keeping her away from it.
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