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Christmas Tradition in England

Exchanging of Christmas gifts during Christmas is regarded as one of the most interesting and beautiful custom. Christmas gifts are the ideal way to show your love and care for near and dear ones. Christmas greeting cards are also an ideal way to wish Merry Christmas to your loved ones. Christmas gift cards are also gaining immense popularity.

Christmas decoration and Christmas recipes are also major components of Christmas celebration. People decorate their houses with dazzling Christmas lights and Christmas trees. All of them contribute to the joyous celebration of this much-awaited holiday season.

Interesting Facts about Christmas Tradition in England

Mummering is an important tradition of England. During middle ages, Mummers were called. They put on masks and act on Christmas plays.

Father Christmas distributes Christmas gifts. Father Christmas used to wear green or red robe. On Christmas Eve, Father Christmas leave Christmas gifts in stockings.

In Ad 596, Christmas celebrations started in England with the arrival of St. Augustine, along with his monks.

Christmas is followed by the Boxing Day. Boxing day is celebrated on next day after Christmas. During Boxing Day, boys collect money in clay boxes and broke them when they are full.

On December 25, Christmas dinner was taken on midday.

A day before the grand feast, people used to eat Frumenty. Frumenty is made up of corn and is quite similar to porridge.

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