Blog: just-drinks Christmas 2007 sign-off
Olly Wehring | 21 December 2007
That's that, then. 2007 has officially ended for us here at just-drinks today (21 December).
The timing of Christmas this year means we have been forced (that's right, totally against our will) to not work, starting from today until Wednesday 2 January 2008. Rest assured, the time will be used reflecting and recharging.
Both my news editor, Jessica Harvey, and I would like to thank you all for your support in the last 12 months. The next year is already shaping up to have its fair share of news to cover, and you can guarantee that we'll be there to get it to you first and fastest.
Meantime, have a marvellous Christmas, and we look forward to 2008 already.
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