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Send your mum a message for Mother’s Day

12:42 28 February 2013

Azaleas growing in a tub. Picture: PA Photo/JupiterImages Corporation

Azaleas growing in a tub. Picture: PA Photo/JupiterImages Corporation

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Calling all proud sons and daughters: why not make this Mother’s Day extra special for your mum?

Send us a picture of you and your mum together, along with a message about why she is great, before Tuesday. and you could feature in the paper.

We will aim to print as many as we can before the big day, on Sunday March 10.

Email: news.desk@romfordrecorder.co.uk or post: Mother’s Day (Romford), Media House, 539 High Road, Ilford, IG1 1UD, with your name, your mum’s name, where you live, your phone number and your message.

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