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a card expressing a Christmas greeting

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Christmas card pictures (above) by Kira Mistry and Milly Vyskooil and (right) Molly Deakin and Connor Brandon |Jones from Milverton House School in Nuneaton
And a child's drawing graces the front of another Teesside MP's Christmas card.
The charity is offering schools, businesses, and organisations to chance to buy a super-sized Christmas card, containing 50 boxes for wellwishers to write a festive message to friends and colleagues in return for a donation.
Owain Gwent, Gwynedd Council Waste and Recycling Officer said: "The Christmas card collection initiative has once again proven to be a huge success.
The Christmas card, which this year presents an image of racehorses returning from Newmarket's Long Hill - in celebrated artist Roy Miller's work Snow Before Breakfast, is available in packs of ten for pounds 6.
Believe it or not the amazing Christmas card scenes which appear in today's People were drawn by disabled artists using their feet or mouths.
HOW TO GET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS ALL you have to do to order a pack of our exclusive, celebrity- designed Christmas cards is call the number below or send a cheque or postal order with the attached coupon.
Sam has a few thousand Hanukkah and Christmas cards that friends have given him for St.
The decision by the school district to prohibit the distribution of a Christmas card that contains a religious reference is absurd and violates the constitutional rights of the student," said Stuart J.
The stunning design by Madeleine, nine, a year five pupil at Ysgol Pen-y-Groes in Pentwyn, was chosen as Assembly Member Jenny Rathbone's Christmas card to constituents this year.
The Wirral West MP asked students at Holy Trinity Pre-School and Primary School in Hoylake to design the Christmas card she will send out to politicians around the world.
A SHEPLEY youngster has won a Christmas card design contest.
A Christmas card company, which shall remain nameless, has idiotically allowed its PR people to conduct a survey about what the nation would like to see on its Christmas cards.
FSC UK has been chosen, once again, as Sainsbury's charity partner for their Christmas card recycling scheme and will benefit from a financial donation based on the weight of cards collected.
In the current climate, it is thoughtless in the extreme to send someone a Christmas card for which he or she is actually paying in the first instance.