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22nd November 2022
We’ve been a bit quiet…

We love writing blogs, often taking it in turns to come up with ideas for content. We cover everything from why elephants being scared of bees is great news for African farmers to biophilia and car boot sales, while our View from the Marsh posts about life in rural Hampshire seem to really hit the mark.

Often we will start with a subject and slide off at tangents, but from the comments we receive this rather freewheeling style seems to suit our readership and we are always grateful for feedback about ‘the stuff what we write’, to badly misquote Ernie Wise.

As if by magic, here is an example of a typical departure… It was Stir-up Sunday this weekend, the last Sunday before Advent when tradition dictates that we roll up our sleeves and make Christmas pudding, letting the tastes and flavours ‘get to know one another’ before the big day.

Christmas pudding itself dates back to the 14th century, although in those days it featured mutton and suet alongside fruit and wine, so if it’s all the same to you, we’ll stick to the Delia recipe.

Anyway, let’s get back to the point of this blog. We have been a bit quiet on the writing front recently, but we have a really great excuse, we’ve been so busy with Christmas. In fact, we are poised on the threshold of our busiest Christmas ever, creating and installing more workplace displays than ever before.

Our elves are like little green blurs of activity, putting together collections, adding finishing touches to trees and garlands ahead of the big push to deliver and safely install dazzling displays across the south east. Businesses of all shapes and sizes will be ablaze with colour and of course, when it’s all over, our specialist installation teams return to pack everything away again.

So, if we don’t get the chance to write again before Christmas, can we take this opportunity to wish you and yours the best possible holiday and the happiest, healthiest and most prosperous 2023 imaginable.

Thank you all.

Everyone at Green Team Interiors

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