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Britannia Alliance’s Christmas Message

As a Christian, Christmas remains one of the most special times of year to me. A chance to rekindle my relationship with Christ and honour the anniversary of his lowly but holy birth. Millions of other Christians elsewhere in the United Kingdom will also be commemorating this event by attending …

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The Boar’s Head Christmas Tradition!

Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year! And today is Christmas Eve! I know many of us hasten to gather recipes for last minute shopping to make our Christmas feasts perfect. My family’s Boar’s Head tradition is something I have greatly missed since I moved to New …

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Short Haul Travel-6 Spectacular European Christmas Markets

Whilst the phenomenon is a relatively recent addition to Britain’s festivities, over on the continent, city squares have been filling up with stalls selling everything from fresh food to gifts for longer than anyone can remember. A tradition spanning centuries, it’s unsurprising that with the rise of budget airlines, many …

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Happy Christmas or Happy Holiday?

A trend is increasingly creeping into our language and practise, where out of heightened perceived sensitivity to people of other faiths (or none), people now say Happy Holidays when they really mean Happy Christmas. I have enjoyed the pleasure of working and living among Muslims and when the feast of …

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Wassail, Wassail all over the town! Tis’ the season to sing the catchy old English Christmas carol. The Christmas season is a wonderful time to embrace the rich traditions of Britain, and introduce them to our own daily lives for boisterous celebration! The Anglo-Saxon word means ‘to your health’, and …

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