Flack

1. A £10 budget, sticky-back plastic and some recycled wrapping paper caused a pre-Christmas flurry at Kindred's offices.

Each desk area, or 'pod', was asked to create its own winter wonderland. The Wizard of Winter Oz theme stole the show. Let's hope a house doesn't fall on their creation.

2. Continuing the Scrooge theme ... Flack's postbag has yet to experience the usual deluge of Christmas cards. A spot of collective belt-tightening at the end of a hard year? Taylor Herring, however, has come up trumps with a witty card drawn by Private Eye's Tony Husband. The card suggests the agency was behind the nativity story.

3. Best tree of the year award goes to Eulogy (a) for these inspiring decorations. Yes, flattery will get you everywhere. Special mention also goes to Speed Communications (b) for the stunning fairies at the top of its tree. (That would be MDs Stephen Waddington and Steve Earl). Unity, meanwhile, is knitting staff members to attach to its tree.

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