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Who will you be missing this Christmas? Tell them here.

Suncoast Christian College's A Very Grinchy Christmas.
Suncoast Christian College's A Very Grinchy Christmas.

WITH just weeks to Christmas, and no flights booked, there's a few people I won't be seeing this Christmas.

But that doesn't mean my thoughts won't be with them.

For the next few weeks we're giving you the opportunity to send your loved ones a Christmas letter.

Whether it be someone you're missing because they're overseas, a family member you can't quite get to, or maybe it's someone who you lost.

Write them a letter on our website to let them know you're thinking of them and upload a photo of something that reminds you of them.

We'll also publish a selection of the letters in the print edition of our newspaper in the lead-up to Christmas.

 

Just register yourself as a user if you haven't already (it's easy, just look in the top left hand corner of our homepage).

Then head to "Local Life" and "Your Story" and away you go!.

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