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25 Dec 2017 01:23 #1 by JohnH (John)
I just wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone a most enjoyable Christmas and a healthy and (hopefully) prosperous 2018.

Things here haven't been 'the best' for the past couple of years so thanks go out to those Members who have stuck by us during this time.

Let's hope the Forum can start to regain some of its previous momentum and get back next year to where it belongs.

Season's Greetings (with many happy returns).

John

Location:
N. Tipp

We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl - year after year.


ITFS member.



It's a long way to Tipperary.

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25 Dec 2017 10:06 #2 by Dihanio (Paulie Hanlon)
Same to you and yours, John

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25 Dec 2017 15:18 #3 by alan 64 (alan)
Replied by alan 64 (alan) on topic Christmas Greetings.
Happy xmas to all

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25 Dec 2017 16:36 #4 by fishmad1234 (Craig Coyle)
Happy Christmas to all and all the best for the new year.


Regards
Craig

at the end of the day it becomes nite

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26 Dec 2017 16:04 #5 by Bill (Bill Hunter)
Hope everyone had a great Christmas. Let's enjoy the last of the year and look forward to 2018

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26 Dec 2017 20:20 #6 by robert (robert carter)
Wishing everyone a very happy new year , and good fishkeeping in the year . Yes John lets hope the forum takes off again to its former glory. When i joined there was usally about 40 posts per day, and i for one would have been lost without them .

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08 Jan 2018 02:44 #7 by iain54 (Iain Minchin)
Happy New year all. Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas

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