370 million mince pies are sold in the UK during Christmas each year! The average Brit eats an impressive 27 mince pies each!
According to tradition, each year the people of Norway donate the spectacular Christmas tree in London’s Trafalgar Square.
Did you know that 24% of Brits hide their presents under the bed? Yule never find it…
The average Brit will host 2,304 dinner parties in their lifetime – that’s a lot of washing up!
4,808 windows are made each week at Anglian HQ.
The nosiest city in the UK is Cardiff!
The very first Christmas market took place all the way back in 1298 in Vienna!
King Henry VIII was the first person to eat turkey on Christmas Day although Edward VII made eating turkey fashionable.
'Donner' and 'Blitzen' translate to thunder and lightning in German.
In a bid to impress friends and family, the average Brit will spend £195,840 on food and wine in their lifetime.
The average Brit consumes 1,008 Brussels sprouts over the course of a lifetime.
London residents spend on average £5,781 per year on home decor improvements!
The average cost of a house move is around £10,000 – surely home improvements are the savvier choice?
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert decorated a Christmas tree that appeared in the London News and it then became fashionable.
Before glass ornaments became popular in the 18th century, it was common to hang a variety of fruits and nuts on evergreen trees.
Don’t be afraid to mix metallics! Colour block the Christmas tree in gold, silver and copper or mix them in a random fashion.
Victorians became big fans of puckering up under the mistletoe, it’s been popular ever since!
18% of the energy we pay for is lost through our windows so it’s vital to invest in energy efficient windows!
According to legend, St Nicholas threw gold coins down the chimney of three poor sisters and the money landed in their stockings.
Over 160 countries across the globe celebrate Christmas! With 195 official countries in the world, that's a lot of festive fun!
Hollywood actor Jim Carrey was originally lined up for the lead role in Elf.
The amount of card packaging used at Christmas in the UK is so much, it could wrap Big Ben almost 260,000 times!
The tallest snowwoman from Bethel in the USA measured a massive 37.21 metres!
Father Christmas has to visit 822 homes a second, travelling 650 miles a second to deliver presents to every home around the world.