Everyone has one at this time of year some are made from plastic and some are the real deal. It’s been revealed that real Christmas trees could be making us sick.
It’s called Christmas Tree Syndrome. It’s the mould that grows on the trees that lead to health problems when breathed in.
These spores can lead to wheezing, coughing and lethargy.
Oh, it’s the Christmas Tree’s fault I was like that all weekend! I thought it was our office party on Saturday night.
Today I was at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre for the official opening of the Christmas Grotto.
It’s a magical experience for the kids with a festive 15 minute film of Rocket the Reindeer and friends. The 3D glasses really bring everything to life on the big screen inside the Christmas grotto. After there’s a meet and greet with Father Christmas for each and every child and he’s got a sack full of presents too!
Thank you to Mark, Su, the snow queens and all of Santa’s elves and little helpers for making today so special. Read more about the 3D cinema experience & visit to Father Christmas’ Grotto.
It’s still foggy in many parts of south east England although Medway seems to have got off lightly with a bright start to the day.
There are still many people Tweeting about the foggy start to the day with photos of London’s Tower Bridge shrouded in fog and Sussex Police advising people to stay safe on the roads.
Parts of west Kent have also woken up to pea soup fog this morning. It’s quite cold soon, feels like winter, so it won’t be long before radio stations play Christmas songs?