November 12, 2009
The sound of carol singers at the door at Christmas is as traditional as mince pies, mulled wine and roast turkey.
But one town could be dispiritingly silent this festive season after householders were urged to turn Scrooge and ban carollers.
Householders are being handed postcards that warn carol singers will not be welcome this Christmas because many residents are ‘uncomfortable’ with having groups of strangers at their doors.
The cards can then be affixed to windows and doors urging carol singers to ply their joyful hymns elsewhere.
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