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Blog Tour Stop - Not Just For Christmas by Alex Brown

 
 
Welcome to my stop on the #NotJustForChristmas blog tour! I adored this continuation of the Tindledale series! It was a lovely, touching read and this post has got me feeling all festive!
 
So, join Alex and the gang and find out who picked who for the Secret Santa!

 

Tindledale’s Secret Santa


To really get everyone in the festive spirit this year, Cher, the landlady of the Duck & Puddle pub on the village green, is running a Secret Santa evening. 

Click on the character to see whose name they picked out of the Santa’s hat and the gift they bought for them.


Sybil (manager of Hettie’s House of Haberdashery) picked Molly (the butcher’s wife) – knitted a little red jumper for her pet ferret.

Cooper (Village Butcher) picked Basil (Sybil’s black Scottie dog) – six of his finest award-winning sausages.

Lawrence (chair of the Tindledale Players Amateur Dramatics group) picked Mrs Pocket (Parish Council stalwart and village busybody)  - a sequin-covered rain bonnet to put a smile on her face … with any luck!

Taylor (runs Paws Pet Parlour) picked Monty the Black Labrador (retired service dog) – festive red collar and a shampoo bath with paw massage.

April (orchard owner and cider producer) picked Harvey (fruity fruit farmer) – a bottle of her finest mulled cider. 

Pete (dairy farmer and relief fire fighter) picked DeeDee (bon viveur, runs the Tea Dance club) – a fireman’s lift all the way down the High Street, once around the war memorial and back again followed by a complimentary hand-milking lesson.

Kitty (owner of The Spotted Pig café) picked Marigold (Lord Lucan’s wife and WI chair) – her special Panettone bread pudding with a jug of rum custard.

 Matt (village farrier and April’s husband) picked Teddie (Kitty’s little girl) – an afternoon helping out in the stables followed by a ride around the orchard on Joan, the beautiful, gentle old chestnut mare.

Thanks so much to Alex Brown for joining me today! Follow the rest of the tour using the hashtag #NotJustForChristmas on Twitter!

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