It’s time to plan for summer (and Christmas)

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Christmas and New Year had barely passed before the Cadbury’s Creme Eggs and Hot Cross buns appeared in the shops. In between we’ve had Valentines Day and Mother’s Day. Before the Summer gets under way we’ve got a couple more Bank Holidays (including a bonus Tuesday Bank Holiday tagged onto the May Bank Holiday for the Queens Diamond Jubilee (this year we get the 4th and 5th of June off work) and then we’re straight into the Olympic and Paralympic games.

Once the Olympics are over it doesn’t leave much time for planning for Christmas again, but our chums at eSellerPro have come up with a 2012 Seasonality Guide to help you take full advantage of the seasonal peaks and special events taking place this year.

4 Responses

  1. Opened the fridge this morning to find to my surprise that it contained chocolate flavoured cheese!

    A new idea from Cadbury for easter.

    Tastes rather good actually!

    Be interesting to see what other edible goodies the big brands come up with for the range of events and public holidays this summer.

  2. 2013 Steam Traction and Modern Traction Calendars are now available for those interested in the finer things in life. After all “It will soon be Christmas”.

    It maybe my age but the years seem to pass very quickly these days. It only seems yesterday and we were celebrating the Millenium.

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