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Nadolig Llawen / Merry Christmas… and thank you!

Published on 23 Dec 2020 by Gwion Llwyd

As of the 25th December draws close, we wanted to wish you and yours a happy and peaceful festive season. Nadolig Llawen / Merry Christmas!

We also wanted to share a heartfelt thank you from the whole Dioni team for your valued support throughout this, the strangest of years. It really has been very much appreciated.

For most of us, 2020 has brought home the importance of human connection. And whilst Facetime and Zoom are definitely better than no contact at all, they just can’t compete with catching up ‘in real life’.

As we look forward to better times in 2021, we’re raising a glass to all the dear friends and family we didn’t manage to see this year. Here’s to a more sociable year next year, and more opportunities to share precious time with those we love.

Our very best wishes,

Team Dioni

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