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  1. Natalie Gillham says:

    Halloween and Firework fun with my children 🙂 x

  2. katie skeoch says:

    I am looking forward to seeing my family over the holidays x

  3. claire little says:

    my sons birthday 🙂

  4. Jackie Rushton says:

    Putting on PJ’s when arriving home from work

  5. Wendy Tyler says:

    I love the autumn leaves.

  6. esther james says:

    GETTING RID OF THIS FLU

  7. Elizabeth Kozak says:

    Home spent holiday with my feet up with a cup of tea next to chimney 🙂

  8. Tara Davies says:

    Stew, cwtchy nights in on the sofa with the children and Christmas 😀

  9. Tracey Quinn says:

    Putting my PJ`s on when I get in from work

  10. lia sturman says:

    love havin stews for tea

  11. Amanda Norwood says:

    Warming comfort food

  12. Samantha R says:

    Halloween and darker nights

  13. LEE HARDY says:

    Eating comfort food .

  14. Pauline Burroughs says:

    Going out with my little granddaughter and letting her run through the fallen leaves x

  15. Jill fairbank says:

    I love the changing colours of the trees

  16. Karen Dixon says:

    Wrapping up in soft scarves

  17. Allan Fullarton says:

    Firework displays!

  18. Rachel Craig says:

    Events :- E.G. Local Garden Centre usually have an event in November. A pre-view of their Christmas stock, with Celebrations such as mulled wine and shortbread. Nice to have refreshments, Christmas music etc whilst browsing Christmas selection of stock.

  19. Luke Mckenzie says:

    Watching terrible films whilst curled up on the sofa with a hot chocolate

  20. Sara yarnell says:

    I’m looking forward to going for crisp morning walks with the leaves on the ground, my little girls loves walking through the leaves and listening to the sound under her feet!!

  21. Helen Craigs says:

    I love the excitement of getting ready for Christmas!

  22. joanne collis says:

    I love the dark nights and being all snuggled up in the warm house with the kids and hubby and doggies 🙂

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  23. Naomi Buchan says:

    Getting closer to Xmas x

  24. emma thackery says:

    Walks through the woods

  25. Lucia Jefferson says:

    I love bonfire night 🙂

  26. lisa young says:

    the cold walks in the woods with my children followed by a hot choccy with marshmellows!

  27. Laura Ingham says:

    The colours outside, the different food I can make (pumpkin soup, thick winter veg soups) and finally getting to use our new wood burner – bring on the cold!!

  28. Spencer Broadley says:

    Walking in the woods with all the different colour leaves

  29. Karen Durrant says:

    All the beautiful colours when the leaves are changing, crisp sunny days, walking in the woods and collecting chestnuts and pine cones for Christmas

  30. Laura Whittle says:

    Walks with the kiddies in the Autumn leaves x

  31. Kim Lawrence says:

    I actually like seeing the Christmas things in the shops!

  32. pauline black says:

    The changing colours and that wee nip in the air when you get up in the morning

  33. carol boffey says:

    sitting by the fire

  34. Amy Rowlands says:

    Going on autumn walks

  35. Bernadette Willis says:

    Coming in to a warm house with a roaring fire after walking the dogs

  36. elaine stokes says:

    toasting crumpets and eating them hot dripping with butter!!!!!!!

  37. nat eveleigh says:

    the beautiful outdoors, crunching leaves, jumping in puddles, and snuggling up with hot chocolate and a good film 🙂

  38. Paula Fazekas says:

    Cooler weather and snuggles on the sofa with a good film!

  39. Brenda Wilkes says:

    Cosy evenings by the fire

  40. sarah stevens says:

    snuggling watching films 🙂

  41. ROSEMARY SHEEHAN says:

    The log fires in my local pub

  42. Michelle Stokes says:

    Seeing all the lovely Autumnal colours and walking through crunchy leaves,

  43. nicola white says:

    snuggling up in front of the telly in my onesie and a nice cup of tea x

  44. SUSAN L HALL says:

    I love the crunch of leaves when walking through the park ( cant resist the odd puddle jump either )

  45. Natalie White says:

    Snuggling up with hot chocolate! 🙂

  46. Michelle orchard says:

    Walking my 3 dogs down the beach with the sound of the waves crashing in 🙂

  47. Zoe Coen says:

    How colourful outside looks

  48. Sheri Darby says:

    The beautiful leaf colours

  49. Filipa Pereira says:

    The fact that christmas is very close 🙂

  50. victoria thurgood says:

    the amazing colours

  51. Helen says:

    Cosy winter pjs. Amazing 🙂

  52. Angela Paull says:

    Wrapping up in cosy woollies 🙂

  53. charlotte aldridge says:

    Bonfire Night 🙂

  54. Tracey Tedford says:

    I love the colours of the trees in Autumn

  55. Lyndsey Beckford says:

    The autumn colours

  56. jacqueline chapman says:

    I love that it gets dark earlier so I get to snuggle up in front of the telly in my pj’s for longer!

  57. jessica newman says:

    Turning the heating on and snuggling up on the sofa

  58. Kelly Webb says:

    Snuggling under blankets watching tv on the dark nights x

  59. lisa tebbutt says:

    CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

  60. Susan Hoggett says:

    walks wrapped up warm,and a nice bowl of home made broth

  61. Kerry Lethbridge says:

    My twins second birthday

  62. jemima bradshaw says:

    Getting the children home from school and drawing the curtains! then serving up soups or stews and homemade bread 🙂 x

  63. h (@auntygeek) says:

    Bonfire Night 🙂

  64. Sarah Saunders says:

    The autumn colours of the trees with the sunshine shining through them.

  65. Clare S says:

    Bonfire night with my little girl!

  66. Rick Carr says:

    The colours of autumn

  67. sylvia spall says:

    frosted autumn colours

  68. Nicola Holland says:

    The autumn leaves covered in a gentle frost!

  69. Deb Hambleton says:

    Getting all my lovely winter candles out

  70. Ian Yates says:

    Not having to shave and pretending it’s for a good cause!

  71. Debbie Preston says:

    Eating warming casseroles and jacket potatoes – I miss them in the summer!

  72. Playing in the park with the children showing them the new colours and sounds of autumn

  73. Nichola Armstrong says:

    cosy days in with the family on the sofa having a dvd day, hearing the rain and wind outside – fire on and chocolate and junk food feast

  74. I am looking forward to jumping in the leaves

  75. Stephen Little says:

    Crunching leaves underfoot

  76. Stephanie Dunmore says:

    Playing in the leaves with my children

  77. jo liddement says:

    Lighting the woodburner and lots of candles when its cold and raining outside

  78. Robby Price says:

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  79. Zoe Bryan says:

    cosy nights in with the family getting ready for christmas 😀

  80. Caroline Howard says:

    I am looking forward to Bonfire night and sparklers with the kids

  81. Claire D says:

    Cosy nights in, in front of the log burner

  82. Kim Styles says:

    crisp walks with the dog & picking field mushrooms in the fields

  83. bridie summersgill says:

    Love a cold walk along the beach followed by homemade soup in front of the fire

  84. Rebecca Powell says:

    I love autumn, it is my favourite time of year – I especially love the changing of all the colours

  85. Sheila Wright says:

    Crisp bright mornings

  86. Dee Blythe says:

    The beautiful colours of the leaves.

  87. Wendy Smith says:

    Pulling the curtains early, turning up the heating and settling down in front of the TV with a nice cup of tea

  88. Susan Hunt says:

    Taken the dogs out on a empty beach

  89. samantha price says:

    darker nights and the newly fallen leaves

  90. kristin burdsall says:

    Wearing my beautiful new winter boots! 🙂

  91. David Price says:

    Beautiful colours of the leaves on the trees

  92. Julie Ward says:

    Grandchildren going to bed earlier because its dark, also love the leaves changing colour

  93. Helen Schofield says:

    The lovely warm cosy nights in snuggled up!

  94. Louise Osborn says:

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  95. michaela atkins says:

    been able to wear snuggly jumpers and boots

  96. Natalie Roberts says:

    I’m looking forward to snuggling up by the fire on a Sunday afternoon, watching a film with a nice cup of tea!

  97. lynn heath says:

    Wrapping up and going for nice long walks in the autumn evenings!

  98. Simon Ward says:

    Walks in the woods

  99. Jane Green says:

    Getting my winter wardrobe out, so it hides a mutitude of sins

  100. Ann Skamarauskas says:

    autumnal colours and countryside walks

  101. tracey thompson says:

    love duvet days catching up on all the good tv

  102. claire matthews-curtis says:

    The cosy nights in, darker nights, fire on, snuggled up with a hot chocolate and a movie.

  103. Miriam Said says:

    I look forward to the leaves on the trees changing colour and the harvest festival as well as Halloween.

  104. Penny Ford says:

    Jumping in the leaves

  105. Sue McCarthy says:

    Crisp sunny days, although at the moment, it’s like summer!

  106. Donna Lawton says:

    Kicking leaves x

  107. EJ Dunn says:

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  108. Zoe Roxby says:

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  109. Zoe Roxby says:

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  110. Hannah whitehead says:

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  111. Robert Dittrich says:

    Long walks in the woods, kicking up leaves.

  112. nicola clarkson says:

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  113. julie booth says:

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  114. Amanda Beamish says:

    Walking the dog amongst all the fallen leaves.

  115. stacey turner says:

    Pyjamas and dressing gown with a cup of hot chocolate

  116. Mary Chez says:

    Jumping in the piles of leaves in the woods

  117. Craig Havery says:

    getting the log burner going and seeing the colour change in the trees

  118. Kirsty Woods says:

    Cosy nights in with my family

  119. Charlotte rawlins says:

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  120. liz ferguson says:

    jumpers and tall boots with my parka

  121. dorothy cavender says:

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  122. Nia Dunn says:

    Wrapping up warm for crisp morning walks!

  123. Hekna says:

    All the autumn colours as the leaves turn.

  124. Julie D says:

    lighting the woodburner

  125. Claire Davies says:

    I love the crisp mornings, going for a walk all wrapped up and warm. I love the changing colours of the trees and the leaves on the ground rustling in the wind. I love cosy nights in front of the fire all nice and warm. I love Autumn!

  126. Stevie says:

    Kicking the leaves on the pavement.

  127. aideen patel says:

    HOLLOWEEN 🙂 all the dressing up & fireworks

  128. Lauren says:

    The colourful leaves

  129. Jennifer Toal says:

    Pyjama nights in front of the telly

  130. Michelle Ferguson says:

    Cold nights snuggled up on the sofa

  131. Hayley F says:

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  132. Lindsay McCain says:

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  135. Corinne Peat says:

    Autumn walks with the kids

  136. Natalie Crossan says:

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  137. Eileen Sumner says:

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  139. MichelleD says:

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  140. Sitting by the fire with a book when the wind is howling outside.

  141. michelle banks says:

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  150. Natalie Grace says:

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  151. Jayne T says:

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  152. richard hill says:

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  153. Sandra Lane says:

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  154. Anneka Hulse says:

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  172. Tracy Nixon says:

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  178. Tracey Peach says:

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