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Your December diary: a day-by-day guide to the festive season

December is upon us and while you may have forgotten to buy an advent calendar, help is at hand to navigate this busiest of all social seasons. From carolling to ice-skating, via theatres, football stadiums and any number of artisanal mince pies, we're here to gently usher you through the Christmas month with a day-by-day guide to festive events. Get your mulled wine and your diary - Christmas is coming...

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