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New Year 2020
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Hi,

This year willl be my first Christmas and New Year without my husband (he passed away last March).  His family are planning a getaway in the New Forest for Christmas, but I’m thinking about one of the JY New Year breaks - possibly Oxford or London. 

Embarrassed to say I’m actually quite scared about a celebration like this on my own (can’t imagine how it’s going to feel without him), but I feel if I don’t venture out and at least try something like this I’ll be spending the rest of my days at home by myself. 

Anyone else in a similar situation and planning to celebrate NY with JY ?
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I’ve just booked up the London New Year short break - so would love to hear from anyone else going.
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Hi Dave

Well done for booking the New Year short break. I have not booked anything for Christmas or New Year as am not sure what is going to happen with the travel. Have a lovely time

Jaya
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I'm still looking at Brighton for Christmas, if it is still running.
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(06/06/2020, 07:27 PM)Magicdave2020 Wrote: Hi,

This year willl be my first Christmas and New Year without my husband (he passed away last March).  His family are planning a getaway in the New Forest for Christmas, but I’m thinking about one of the JY New Year breaks - possibly Oxford or London. 

Embarrassed to say I’m actually quite scared about a celebration like this on my own (can’t imagine how it’s going to feel without him), but I feel if I don’t venture out and at least try something like this I’ll be spending the rest of my days at home by myself. 

Anyone else in a similar situation and planning to celebrate NY with JY ?

I have been on 4 New Year holidays with JY and each time have enjoyed every minute.  I think you just have to accept that’s it’s going to be different and go for it.  Most people on the trip will have had a similar experience of loss and are happy to be sociable and friendly.  Hope you have a wonderful time.
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