12 Studies of Christmas: The Meaning of Christmas

Extending the Christmas cheer for one more day, our final festive study is here. This one speaks for itself - we asked 100 participants three questions: What are you most looking forward to this Christmas? What is your favourite Christmas memory? and For you, what is Christmas really about? Here…

12 Studies of Christmas: Tipples

For many Christmas cheer has become synonymous with having a few drinks. And then a few more. Whether you think that's a corruption of the original Christmas message or just a bit of hard-earned fun, it's an undeniable facet of the festive season. And after this year, we all deserve…

12 Studies of Christmas: Santa Claus

Father Christmas, Santa Claus, jolly old Saint Nick. Whatever his name, every year a lot of us allow a man we've never met (save for a few times at a pop-up grotto in a shopping mall somewhere) to break into our houses in the middle of the night and leave…

12 Studies of Christmas: Activities

Christmas is a time of tradition and, unless your name is Ebenezer Scrooge, this sense of tradition likely extends to the kinds of activities you and your family get up to on Christmas Day. We were keen to learn more about what kind of activities our participants enjoy over the…

12 Studies of Christmas: New Year's Resolutions

Remember the start of 2020? Corona meant lime wedges with rubbish beer, you worried more about computer viruses than real-life ones, and face-masks were worn at a spa, not on the tube. Maybe you had a New Year's Resolution, made with good intentions and a full 365 days to complete.…