We have opened the right envelope!
Congratulations and thank you for all who correctly entered our ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ Quiz. Eaves and Co are pleased to announce that the winner is Catherine Rogers of Ashford Rainham Ltd. David Stebbings recently handed over her prize.
For completeness here are the answers:-
The name Santa Claus evolved from Sinter Klass, a nickname for Saint Nicholas. What language is Sinter Klaas? Dutch
What fruit is traditionally used to make a ‘Christingle’? Orange
Who ‘Rattle and Hum’ along to Angel of Harlem? U2
Which carol is about a 19th Century Duke of Bohemia? Good King Wenceslas
“Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presents” is the first line from which literary classic by Louisa May Alcott? Little Women
Christmas Island, in the Indian Ocean, is a territory of which country? Australia
In the song ‘The Twelve Days Of Christmas’, how many swans were a-swimming? Seven
The North Pole, said to be Santa’s home, is located in which ocean? Arctic Ocean
The name of which of Santa’s reindeer means ‘Thunder’? Donner
Marzipan is made mainly from sugar and the flour or meal of which nut? Almond
Which traditional Christmas plant was once so revered by early Britons that it had to be cut with a golden sickle? Mistletoe
Who was Jacob Marley’s business partner? Scrooge
The initial of each answer spells out DOUGLAS ADAMS. The quote attributed to him on our website is ‘I’m spending a year dead for tax reasons’.
We are not, so look forward working with you again this year. Remember the new tax year starts on 6 April.