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The Clayton Legal Christmas Quiz

Posted by: Lynn Sedgwick

With a few short weeks, till Santa arrives, we thought it was time for some fun and about time we launched the Clayton Legal Christmas quiz.

Think you know everything there is to know about Christmas; both the obscure and obvious?

Then this quiz is for you.

What Does It Involve?

It’s straightforward to enter.

There are 12 questions to answer.

All you have to do is email your answers to the questions below to

1. What is the name of the traditional Italian Christmas cake?   

2. What is the surname of the family in Charles Dickens’s ‘A Christmas Carol’?   

3. Which elusive piece of technology was the most popular Christmas gift in 2006?

4. 26th December is known as Boxing Day and which saint’s day?

5. What is the greatest-selling Christmas single of all time?

6. If you add together all of the gifts in the song ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’, how many would you get?   

7. At which of the Queen’s residences does she traditionally spend Christmas Day?

8. Who is the main enemy in ‘The Nutcracker’?      

9. What was the name of Ebenezer Scrooge’s deceased business partner? 

10. Who was the director of 1946 classic Christmas film It’s a wonderful life?  

11.Which traditional foodstuff is it illegal to eat on Christmas Day in England? Oliver Cromwell brought in the law in the 17th century, and no one has bothered to repeal it. 

12. The traditional English 'Father Christmas' was not dressed in red. What colour did he wear?  

What Can I Win?

Entries will be placed in a hat and drawn on 18/12/17, and the prize is Fortnum and Mason Hamper.

For Every Entry, We Will Donate To Luv Preston.

Here at Clayton Legal, corporate social responsibility is important. Therefore, for every entry, we will donate £5.

Anything Else I Should Know?

Terms and conditions apply to this quiz.

•             Prizes are not transferable for a cash alternative.
•             The winning decision of Clayton Legal is final.
•             Prizes will only be posted or delivered to UK residents only.
•             Only one entry per individual is allowed.
•             The winning entry will have their prize posted to them within 24 hours of the announcement of the winner.

Good luck everyone!

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