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Wishing you all the merriest of Christmases and a great 2014; message from Menston Community Association Chairman

No controversy, no arguments this week. It’s Christmas so we want to do no more than wish all Menston followers of this blog, and any who just drop in, a very happy time. We’re promised a wet, rather than a white, Christmas so below there’s a little reminder of just how lovely our Wharfedale village looks when covered with the white stuff (click on any picture to see the mosaic as a slide show).

While you’re reminiscing, you can listen to a lovely carol which will probably be new to most of you. Just click on it – it should open in a new window so you can leave it playing and come back to read the rest of this post.

Romanian carol – Vitleem colo-n jos (‘Down there in Bethlehem’)

Chairman of the Menston Community Association, Steve Ellams, has dropped a Christmas message on to the MCA page, click here to read it. And don’t forget the first meeting of the New Year, on Wednesday 8 January, when things will really begin to move on several projects from the car show to more notices around the village.

Merry Christmas!