Boxing Day

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I have always preferred Boxing Day as family come round and I do a cold buffet.
Dozens went into the seaat Saltburn on Boxing Day morning, in a dip organised by Invictus Health in Saltburn.
Phil Steele, general manager at Eldon Square, said: "Bargain hunters were up early on Friday morning to take advantage of the first day of the Boxing Day sales.
In modern times, tradition has switched to the Boxing Day sales.
The only danger is that on Boxing Day, the vicar opens the Poor Box and takes out the contents, hopefully.
With our vast assortment of merchandise and deep discounts across the store, Target is the go-to shopping destination this Boxing Day.
uk website said, "According to our annual Boxing Day survey, the number of people shopping online on Boxing Day has more than doubled from 3 years ago.
Experian have said that UK consumers spend 45million hours shopping online across Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day, with expectations that visit to retail websites on Boxing Day will reach 118million.
Meanwhile, two brothers from Queensland, Australia, are planning to take the plunge at the Tenby Boxing Day swim.
THERE will be no household refuse collections in Birmingham on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, it has been confirmed.
Sydney, Jan 5( ANI ): Former Australia cricketer Dean Jones has claimed the Boxing Day Test match at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on December 26 should be promoted as the premier sporting event of the year by Cricket Australia (CA) and International Cricket Council (ICC).
People in the United States may wonder what Boxing Day, Dec.