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19 December: the IPG Advent Calendar
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What achievement are you most proud of this year and how will you be celebrating it over the festive break?

Angela Stanley, IPG administrator

Working as the administrator for the IPG, my greatest achievement this year is not my own but the whole IPG team (who are a very small team, and spread from Wales to Cumbria). We have had a very successful and extremely busy year. Our membership hit over 600, our website had a makeover and we had more events than ever before. I am very lucky to be part of such a great team in a thriving and interesting business. No two days are ever the same in our jobs and we are always striving to do better for our members.
We all have some well-earned time off over Christmas and I will certainly be having a great time walking my two collies along the Pembrokeshire beaches (whatever the weather!), chilling out with family and friends and raising a glass to all my lovely colleagues who make my job one of the best there is. I am sure that Bridget, Imogen, Charly, Emily and Tom will all be enjoying their time off with their families as well and looking forward, as I am, to what is looking to be an even busier year in 2016 for the IPG.

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