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FESTIVALS AND SPECIAL DAYS 1

FESTIVALS AND SPECIAL
DAYS IN BRITISH
CULTURE


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NEW YEAR’S DAY (JAN 1)
The beginning
of the new year



APRIL FOOL’S DAY (APRIL 1)



Thanking God for the harvest


Activities of harvest festival


Halloween is a annual celebration
on 31 October


Jack-o’-lanterns are traditionally
carried by guisers on All Hallows' Eve


Trick-or-treating is a
customary celebration
for children on
Halloween


Bonfire Night


 Guy Fawke’s Night (5 November)


People make models of Guy Fawke and
burn them


The following day after Christmas Day


Boxing day
has nothing
to do with the
sport of
boxing



Alms boxes to collect money for the
poor and opened the next day - Boxing
Day.


The tradition of giving money still
continues today
Boxing
Day is a
time to
spend
with
family
or
friends


VALENTINE'S DAY
Spring
begins on St
Valentine's
Day.
It is on 14
February



Cards
Valentine
means big
business

Flowers

Chocolates
Gifts


Activities and
gifts in
Valentine's
Day in
Vietnam


Remembrance Day
-The end to the
fighting of the First
World War was signed
on Nov 11th 1918.
- Remembrance Day is
commemorated
annually in Britain on
the Sunday nearest to
Nov 11.


The red poppies
represent the
poppies that grew
in the cornfields
of Flanders where
many thousands
of soldiers lost
their lives in the
First World War.

Crosses of wood with poppy flowers in London


*National Flowers

•The national flower of England is the rose.


*

The rose has been adopted as England’s
emblem since the time of the rose war
between 2 houses of Lancaster and York


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