Holidays and Celebrations
On July 17th the possibility of a “normal” Christmas was first delivered by Boris Johnson. Since then, we’ve had a second national lockdown, introductions of tiers, a plan to deliver Christmas above all else and finally the crushing dashing of those hopes the weekend before Christmas.
Finally the public has voted in favour of the former senior adviser.
We’re not lying when we say Christmas 2020 is a Christmas like no other. Here’s some tips on how you can keep things festive during lockdowns, restrictions and the pandemic.
Piers Morgan Asks Why Covid Restrictions Should Be Lifted For Xmas After Sacrifice Of Other Festivals
"We’re all in this together, or we’re not," the Good Morning Britain presenter said.
Time is running out, but he could still help children on free school meals over the festive period.
Whether it’s making your own decorations, repotting your Christmas trees, or buying second-hand gifts, there are loads of ways you can have a more eco-friendly festive period. Here are our top tips on having a more sustainable Christmas.
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Fun ways to add a twist to your family Christmas.
Embrace the power of the screen to stay close to loved ones