Happy Christmas from Brockley Central

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

. . to one and all . .

nobbly brick said...

and to you and everyone in Ladywell, Brockley and the surrounding wards

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas everybody.

Anonymous said...

Argh, I admit I came on here on xmas day! Happy holidays one and all.

ade said...

aww how sweet - merry christmas!

Anonymous said...

happy Christmas all !!

Anonymous said...

Just saw the Wallace & Grommit Crimbo special. Anyone spot the designer fridge in their kitchen? The brand name... 'SMUG' pure class.

You can keep your Queens speech, Wallace & Grommit are the essence of Christmas.

max said...

Merry Christmas everyone.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas all!

Anonymous said...

Thank God that's all over for another year.

Anonymous said...

Missed that reference - but we recorded it so we can watch it again and again looking at the backgrounds.
They are quite brilliant.
Mr Scrooge - it's not quite over yet. I'm cooking my turkey on Tuesday!

The Cat Man said...

Merry christmas, did anyone go to Midnight Mass? I went to St Andrews 2 yrs ago, last yr to St Peters and this year to St Michaels in Basingstoke. Going to Winchester Cathederal next yr.

nobbly brick said...

Having no interest in any form of organised, or disorganised, religion, I have to say no, I didn't go to midnight mass. There's no point for me really.

But if you did go I hope you enjoyed it for whatever it gave you.

Anonymous said...

Try St Augustines on One Tree Hill - a very beautiful church, undoubtedly good music (they have concerts and things throughout the year) and much closer than Winchester!

Monkeyboy said...

Those Swedes, they're crazy I tell ya! Why can;t we have a Festive Goat? I'm bored of Father Crimbo, that franchise has been done to death.

Anonymous said...

Well happy christmas and new year to all - or happy festive goat to you Monkeyboy!

Anonymous said...

Happy Christmas from Pesto.

The season has been somewhat spoilt by the vindictiveness I have witnessed on the news happening in the birthplace of Christ.

Anonymous said...

It's territory, politics and misplaced nationalism - and boys with guns. Name me one part of the world where that hasn't led to some local unpleasantness.

Depressing but not new. As a non-believer it's mystery why three religions with so much in common hate each other so vehemently. I expect the pope or some local Iman will call for peace in the name of god - what that area needs is LESS religion, not MORE (as someone smarter than me said)

The Cat Man said...

how about creating a new religion, the brockley-it's religion worshipping the mung bean!

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