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'I like to start early, so that I can enjoy the Christmassy feel for longer.' - Mr Keasberry, who starts decorating his home around the third week of November. He is seen here with wife Rosalind and kids Bryan and Charlene
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DECK THE HALL: The Christmas tree takes centrestage in the living room.
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DECK THE HALL: Mr Keasberry spends about three days decorating the home, with the tree itself taking about a day. Some of the decorations are bought during his business trips to Germany and the United States, and several are gifts from family (above)
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DECK THE HALL: Mr Keasberry spends about three days decorating the home, with the tree itself taking about a day. Some of the decorations are bought during his business trips to Germany and the United States, and several are gifts from family (above)
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CHERISHED KEEPSAKES: Among Mr Keasberry's favourite tree ornaments are a personalised one with the names of the family members, a violin and a harp. The angel on top of the tree was bought more than 20 years ago
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CHERISHED KEEPSAKES: Among Mr Keasberry's favourite tree ornaments are a personalised one with the names of the family members, a violin and a harp. The angel on top of the tree was bought more than 20 years ago
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CHERISHED KEEPSAKES: Among Mr Keasberry's favourite tree ornaments are a personalised one with the names of the family members, a violin and a harp. The angel on top of the tree was bought more than 20 years ago
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CHERISHED KEEPSAKES: Among Mr Keasberry's favourite tree ornaments are a personalised one with the names of the family members, a violin and a harp. The angel on top of the tree was bought more than 20 years ago
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In the mood for X'mas

For James Keasberry, decorating the home for Christmas is a task that gives him immense pleasure.
Dec 20, 2014 5:50 AM

LIKE an excited child, James Keasberry looks forward to Christmas every year. But not because he knows he will be getting lots of presents. Instead, Mr Keasberry cannot wait to start decorating his home for the season.

The preparations for the festivities begin around the third week of