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Stephen Bielby
Sutton in Craven
Monday, November 15, 2010 22:10
Please help us win
A carol-singing choir, huge piles of snow, a massive tree, dazzling fireworks and delicious festive food and drink. This year Sainsbury's are giving away the perfect Christmas.

Meadow Lea is in the running to win the Sainsbury's Perfect Christmas competition and it needs your support. Please help the neighbourhood win a magical experience by clicking on the support link below.

Support this street

Nikki Barrett
Wednesday, November 17, 2010 21:36
You got my vote Stephen and I have posted it on facebook and asked all my pals to vote too - so fingers crossed - I live round the corner on Sutton Fields - can I come for carols and mince pies if you win :o) Nikki
Stephen Bielby
Sutton in Craven
Thursday, November 18, 2010 08:32
Nikki of course you can! :)
Ian Park
Saturday, November 20, 2010 08:57
you have just got my support for the the perfect christmas from sainsburys.
i live on main street but i am proud to see that every christmas you make it a joy to walk on to meadow lea and see what you have done to cheer up the village that we are proud to live in.
so good on you stephen and good luck and i hope you win.

Ian park

Stephen Bielby
Sutton in Craven
Monday, November 22, 2010 12:59
Thanks guys for all your support.
David Laycock
Monday, November 22, 2010 20:05
One from Aus
Liz Kildunne
Monday, November 22, 2010 20:55
and one from us :-)
Brenda Whitaker was Grime
Queensland Australia
Thursday, November 25, 2010 02:47

Stephen - You are getting plenty of support form the expats - I voted when you first put it on the web and was surprised it let me do so....I hope you get plenty of support from locals too. Then - you can supply photos for the web so that we can all see.

Stephen Bielby
Sutton in Craven
Thursday, November 25, 2010 13:25
I think Sainsburys may be surprised by the worldwide support! Of course I seem to have plenty of support via Facebook and friends of friends on Facebook but Im overwhelmed by the level of local support!

Thanks guys!

Just one what point do you think I should tell the neighbours?...Probibly when the choir turns up I think! :)
Lynda Blundell nee Phillips
Vancouver, Canada
Thursday, November 25, 2010 16:12
And one from Canada.

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