A happy new year to my Chipster friends

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David Curwen, centre, hugs his mother with whom he wa sreunited. Completing the group is his brother Keith

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Hello there my fabulous friends and welcome to your last Chipper Club page of 2013.

Yep, the next time I write to you it will be next year.

Now that we’re heading into 2014 I hope you’re all thinking about your new year resolutions.

They should go something like this: I will always be good and never ask for anything, I’ll look after my teeth and never eat sweets, I’ll never tease my brother or sister and I’ll never moan about getting up for school.

Okay that might be a bit much to ask. Imagine how boring life would be without sweets and the chance to tease little brothers and sisters – not too much mind, just a little bit.

My new year resolution is to look after the fleas in my fur and make sure they’re cosy and warm. Only joking, my friends, as you know I don’t have fleas – well not many!

Hey, I’ve just thought of a brilliant new year resolution you could make – ‘I must remember to send pictures and jokes to Chipper.’

Speaking of pictures, thank you to Nadia Greenaway, Harrison Milne and Spencer, Hannah and Katie Best who sent me lovely Christmas pictures and coloured in the dinosaur and festive kitten pictures from a couple of weeks ago.

I’m looking forward to seeing all your excellent work in the new year. Until 2014, it’s chip chip for now.