The News wants to hear about your Christmas traditions - whether it be photos, recipes, or memories.December 10, 2012 2:16pm
Christmas is a time of sharing, and The News wants our readers to share their Christmas with us.
Every family has different traditions in the holiday season but they all revolve around togetherness - and that's what we love about Christmas.
So what do we want? We want you to tell us everything you love about Christmas.
Send us a photo of your Christmas tree, or your favourite photo of your kids with Santa. Tell us your most cherished Christmas memories.
Maybe you've got a great photo from a Christmas party or event, or a Christmas recipe that your family can't get enough of?
Whatever it is, we want to hear it. Everything will be put together into a special online feature that we hope will spread some Christmas cheer.
You can email us at email@example.com. We hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas.
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