Postman Pat and the Twinkly Lights Postman Pat: Special Delivery Service


Postman Pat and the Twinkly Lights

Children's animation. It's Diwali and Nisha is trying to decorate the café with fairy lights to celebrate. Pat delivers them, but they break!


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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat

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# Early in the morning

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# Just as day is dawning

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# He picks up all the postbags in his van

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat

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Meow!

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# All the birds are singing

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# And the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Everybody knows his bright red van

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# All his friends will smile as he waves to greet them

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# Maybe

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# You can never be sure

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# There'll be knock...

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# Ring...

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# Parcels to your door... #

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat

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# All the birds are singing and the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man. #

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PAT CHUCKLES JESS PURRS

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-Brrr! It's chilly this morning, Jess.

-Meow.

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-Looks like it might snow.

-Isn't it too early for snow?

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-Mmm, perhaps you're right. Bye, Pat.

-Bye, love.

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Meow.

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Come on, then. In you get.

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MOBILE PHONE

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That will be Ben.

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Hello, Special Delivery Service, Pat Clifton speaking.

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Pat, I've got an unusual one for you today. How soon can you get here?

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We're on our way. We've got a specially delivery, Jess.

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-What's it going to be today?

-Meow.

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Oh! Now... Ah...

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Hi, Ben. What on earth?

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Hi, Pat. This is your special delivery.

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They're fairy lights for the station.

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I was just trying to sort them out, but I got into a bit of a knot.

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-So I can see! Hang on a minute. If I just pull...

-No!

-..here.

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-Thanks, Pat.

-That's OK. Are these for Ajay then?

-They're for Nisha.

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She's having a special Diwali celebration

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and these are to decorate the whole of Greendale station.

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-Diwali?

-Yes.

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-It's the Hindu festival of lights.

-Gosh!

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Well, I'd better get them there as quickly as possible.

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-Bye, Ben.

-Bye, Pat.

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Oooh!

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Give me that lantern and then you have that streamer.

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Oh!

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Look, Mum, I've made paper chains.

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Well done, Meera. That's beautiful.

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TRAIN WHISTLE

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Hello!

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-My decorations!

-Oh, sorry love.

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-It's freezing out there. Feels like snow.

-Snow? This early?

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-Morning, Nisha.

-Oh, hello, Pat.

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Hello, everyone.

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ALL: Hi, Pat!

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Here's your special delivery, Nisha. Fairy lights for Diwali.

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-Oh, Pat, that's wonderful. I didn't expect them so soon.

-Really?

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Well, now I've got plenty of time to put them up.

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I'll help you. It's all part of the service.

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There! That looks wonderful.

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And... Ta-dah!

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-Oh!

-My fairy lights!

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Oh, dear. They must have got broken.

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Don't worry. We've got fairy lights at home. You can borrow those.

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Good idea. Come on, Jess. Let's go and get them.

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Right, who'd like a cup of tea?

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Oh, dear.

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I don't think it's just the fairy lights that aren't working any more.

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Oh.

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Morning, Pat.

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-Are you not on a special delivery?

-I was.

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It was fairy lights for Nisha. But they're not working properly.

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-I'm off to fetch a set from home.

-Fairy lights. Lovely.

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Do you remember when we used to decorate the old Post Office

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up on the fells with fairy lights for Christmas?

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Oh, they were so pretty, shining out all over Greendale.

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-Yes. Erm...

-Don't let me keep you. Bye, Pat.

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Bye, Mrs Goggins.

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Ah-ha!

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Perfect!

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-Let's get these back to Nisha, Jess.

-Meow.

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Meow.

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-Here's the old fairy lights, Nisha.

-They're lovely, Pat.

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But we're still having a problem with the electricity.

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Not for much longer, love. I know exactly what I'm doing.

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-Oh.

-Oh, dear. These are indoor lights, Pat.

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-The ones I ordered for Diwali were outdoor ones.

-Outdoor ones?

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Yes. We were going to decorate the outside of the station

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as well as the inside.

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That would have been lovely.

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I was hoping they would shine out all over Greendale.

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-But now...

-Shine out all over Greendale.

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Shining out all over Greendale.

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Hang on, Nisha. I might have an idea.

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There! That will do it.

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Oh.

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Don't worry. I know exactly what I'm doing.

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I'm cold.

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Perhaps I'll light the fire all the same.

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-I don't like the look of those clouds, Jess.

-Meow.

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PHONE RINGS

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-Hi, Pat. Is everything OK?

-Hello, Ben. Yes.

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-We've had a bit of a problem with the fairy lights.

-A problem?

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Yes, but I've had an idea.

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I'm just heading up to the old post office on the fells.

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Speak to you later.

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But...

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The old post office up on the fells. Why?

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How's it going, Ajay?

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There! Sorted!

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-Oh, no!

-Look!

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Oh, dear!

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Ajay!

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Oh, no! They won't switch off!

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Don't panic. I know exactly what I'm doing.

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Come on, Daisy. Come on.

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-Is everything OK, Alf?

-Hey, Pat. It's my cows. They won't move.

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-Why not?

-Something's up.

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It's an old farmer's saying,

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"When weather is on the way, the cows will stay."

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-Do they think it's going to rain then?

-No.

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It feels more like snow to me.

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Moo!

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Snow?

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There! That will do it.

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I hope so.

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LAUGHTER

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-Oh, Ajay!

-Sorry, love.

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We're really high up, Jess. Not much further now.

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Just over this ridge and... Oh!

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Meow!

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The cows were right. Snow.

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And it's only a few hours to the start of Nisha's festival of light.

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We'll never get the van through this. Come on, Jess.

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We might as well go back to the sorting office.

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-A broken special delivery.

-I know.

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-It's never happened before.

-I know.

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-If only I'd been able to get to the old post office.

-I know.

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But you'd need something like a snowmobile

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to get up there through that snow.

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-A snowmobile?

-Yes. Like this.

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They are specially built for driving through snow.

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-Where would we find one of those?

-Meow.

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Meow!

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-Jess!

-Meow.

-You are a genius!

-Meow.

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Hey up, Pat. Does she want filling up?

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-Not filling up, exactly.

-Oh?

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That's it! I've done it! Look!

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CHEERING

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Hooray! Nicely done!

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Oh, Ajay.

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-Some of the fairy lights are still broken, Dad.

-Eh?

-Look.

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Oh, no!

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-I love it when a plan comes together!

-Meow.

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There is still time, Jess.

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Meow.

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Let's see if those fairy lights Mrs Goggins remembered are still here.

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There, that should do it. Let's hope the electricity is still working.

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Meow.

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The moment of truth.

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Cheer up, love. Worse things happen at sea.

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But we're not at sea, are we?

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That's right. We're in the station cafe.

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Bill, you're not helping, son.

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TELEPHONE

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Greendale station cafe.

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Sara, it's me. Tell Nisha to go outside.

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Go outside? Why?

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Because the special delivery always gets through, that's why.

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-Who was that?

-It was Pat. He says to go outside.

-Come on then.

-Come on.

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-What's going on?

-What's happening?

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Oh, look!

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ALL: Wow!

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It's the Diwali lights! Shining out all over Greendale.

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Pat did deliver them after all.

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-Ready, Jess?

-Meow.

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Special Delivery Service. Mission accomplished!

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# Special Delivery Service

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# And he's on his way

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# Special Delivery Service

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SDS!

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# What's it going to be today?

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# Postman Pat! SDS!

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# We all know he's the best! #

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Mission accomplished!

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It's Diwali and Nisha is trying to decorate the café with special fairy lights to celebrate. Pat delivers them first thing! But the lights break straight away, and then they realise that the electricity in the café is also broken!

Finally as the snow falls down Pat makes it up to the old post office in the hills to get the old lights out, hangs them all across the valley, and turns them on! Nisha is delighted, it's the most beautiful festival of lights she could ever have wished for!


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