Christmas Time, Mistletoe and W…wait, perhaps we won’t go down the Sir Cliff route just yet.
But festive songs aside it’s a most wonderful time for family, friends, eating too much, watching TV specials and relaxing (usually once the relatives have left).
However, let’s spare a thought for the people, around 1 million of them across the UK, who must work on December 25th.
Emergency services, hospital staff, carers, traffic officers and hospitality workers all spring to mind as people who will be putting in shifts across Saltaire while many of us are having fun.
There are also scores of volunteers who give up their time for free on Christmas Day. From Childline and Samaritans helpline call handlers, to those who organise lunches on December 25th for lonely or vulnerable people in the community. They’re giving the most precious gift we have – their time.
So, to all those hardworking and community-spirited folks we’d like to say a huge thanks – you are local heroes.
And we hope they get a chance to spend quality time over the festive season with their loved ones.
At Martin & Co Saltaire we’ll be taking a well-earned break to prepare ourselves for what is already shaping up to be a very busy 2020 for the Saltaire property market.
Our opening hours over the festive period are:
- Monday 23rd December 0900 to 1700 hours
- Tuesday 24th December 0900 to 1300 hours
- Wednesday 25th December Closed
- Thursday 26th December Closed
- Friday 27th December 0900 to 1700 hours
- Monday 30th December 0900 to 1700 hours
- Tuesday 31st December 0900 to 13.00 hours
- Wednesday 1st January Closed
- Thursday 2nd January 0900 to 1700 hours
Any maintenance issues can be reported by Propertyfile or e mail.
Our call answering service will be operational throughout the period.
All of us at Martin & Co Saltaire would like to wish everyone in Saltaire a very Merry Christmas.
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Now, it’s time for the Christmas tunes.
Thanks for reading.
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