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3 Ways to Get into the Christmas Spirit

The countdown has begun. It’s just weeks until Christmas and everyone around you seems to have gone Christmas crazy. If you’re still feeling more bah humbug than Jingle Bells then don’t panic – our 3 ideas will have you in a Yuletide frenzy before you can say ‘Old Saint Nick’ – just in time for your Exeter Christmas Party.

1. Tis the Season to Help Others

HospiscareWhat better way to banish that scrooge feeling than by helping others? Any excuse to dress casually at work is welcome but sporting your finest festive knitwear is bound to raise a smile and funds for a good cause too with the Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day. Or keep charity closer to home by taking part in Hospiscare’s Christmas Hamper initiative. That way you’ll not only be donating but you’ll also be in with a chance of winning yourself some tasty goodies.

2. Enjoy a Festive Sing Song

Singing always raises the spirits but a visit to Exeter Cathedral for the Big Festive Sing can’t fail to leave you with a seasonal glow. If holding a tune isn’t your strong point, why not go along to soak up the atmosphere and beautiful architecture anyway. You are sure to leave the building full of seasonal cheer and what’s more, it’s completely free.

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3. Make a Christmas Playlist

Hearing the same old cheesy tunes in the shops all too soon is enough to turn you off Christmas, but make your own playlist of festive favourites and you’ll be rockin’ around the Christmas tree in no time. Whether traditional songs are to your taste or something a bit more alternative, a festive playlist is a must whilst getting ready for your Exeter Christmas party.

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By now you surely can’t help but feel fabulously festive and if you haven’t already booked your Christmas Party in Exeter then don’t despair – we still have availability on our shared party and exclusive use nights.

Contact the team today and get in the festive party swing.

Header image courtesy of Lin Qian/Heart of Devon.

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