Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Guardian community team

Are you keeping your Christmas decorations up longer this year?

With 2020 finally over and the new year in full swing, many of us are starting to consider whether it’s about time we took the tree down. However, with many working from home, we’d like to find out whether...

Tell us how you are celebrating New Year's Eve in the UK

With the majority of the UK unable to mix with other households indoors, most traditional New Year’s Eve plans will be cancelled. From Zoom parties to social distanced walks at midnight, we’d like to hear about your plans for New...

Tell us about your Christmas work party disasters

With many employees still being advised to work from home, the office Christmas party, in its traditional form at least, won’t be going ahead this year – and while some of us might feel disappointed at not being able...

Share your experiences of being a UK delivery worker this Christmas

As the country prepares for a very different kind of Christmas, many people will be shopping online this year instead of hitting the stores in person to stock up on presents and festive treats. We would like to hear from...

Tell us: what are your best tips for recovering from a hangover?

Christmas and New Year celebrations will take place on a much smaller scale in 2020 – but that doesn’t guarantee they’ll be hangover-free. As many of us will have discovered in recent months, it’s just as easy to over-indulge...

UK families: will you be spending this Christmas apart?

As Christmas looms, families are making decisions about who they will see after the government announced rules allowing three households to mix together from 23 to 27 December. We want to hear whether you and your family will be divided...

Tell us about your unconventional Christmas traditions

Some Christmas traditions – singing carols, for example, or eating a big roast dinner and falling asleep in front on the TV – are commonplace over the festive period. But many of us have developed our own customs which,...

Where will you be doing your UK Christmas shopping this year?

Where will you be doing your Christmas shopping this year? Are you making more of an effort to shop local, or through independent retailers? Perhaps you’ve decided to buy fewer presents this year, whether through choice or necessity. Whether you’ll...

Tell us how you will be celebrating Christmas in the UK this year

With all four nations agreeing that families will be able to meet each other this Christmas with a maximum of three households mixing for a five-day period, we would like to hear what your plans are. Will you be wearing...

What are you doing differently for Christmas in the UK this year?

With the government planning on relaxing coronavirus measures over Christmas, we would like to hear how you are preparing early for the festive period. What are your hopes for Christmas and how will you be doing it differently this year?...

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