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Valentine’s Day: Messages of love and affection posted online

PUBLISHED: 16:11 13 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:11 13 February 2013

How wil you tell that someone special that you love them?

How wil you tell that someone special that you love them?

Archant

VALENTINE messages are already coming in as loved up couples prepare for the most romantic day of the year.

On February 14 post men everywhere will have heavier than usual loads, as they are weighed down by red envelopes containing messages of undying love.

But there is another way of sending your Valentine a message. We have a message board on our Valentine page - see link top right.

Tell your girlfriend, wife, husband, fiance, or even your parents just how special they are to you using our message board and we will publish the best online on Valentine’s Day.

One anonymous reader has already sent a message simply saying ‘I Love You’ while others have directed messages specifically at their husband or wife.

Check back on February 14 to see if your note is posted.

If you have an overly romantic gesture planned for Valentine’s Day, email natalie.hoodless@archant.co.uk

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