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1.Who are the only two groups to have had 3 consecutive Christmas Number Ones in the UK charts?
The Beatles and The Spice Girls
2.Which TV family adopted a greyhound for Christmas in 1989?
The Simpsons
3.In the song "The Twelve Days Of Christmas", how many ladies dancing are given as gifts in total?
4.Who was the first monarch in Britain to make a Christmas Day broadcast?
King George V (in 1932)
5.Which of the following is Saint Nicholas not the patron saint of? Children, Scholars or Theives?
6.On what date does Saint Nicholas' Day fall? December 6th, December 16th or December 26th?
December 6th
7.Which Christmas number one includes the line "All I wish that everyday was christmas, what a nice way to spend the year"?
Merry Christmas Everyone (by Shakin' Stevens)
8.What 'D' is the name of Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer's dad?
9.Which 2004 film sees Tom Hanks take a boy on a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa Claus?
The Polar Express
10.Which famous annual event did Santa Claus win in 1964?
The Derby (Santa Claus was the name of the racehorse)
Tie BreakHow tall in metres was the Douglas Fir in a shopping center in Seattle in 1950 that holds the Guinness World Record for being the tallest ever Christmas tree?