It’s nearly Christmas, and the draw has been made.
Congratulations to George Overton of the Pilgrimage Trust who was the first all correct entry out of the hat. He wins £50 for his favourite charity. And thanks also to all the other entries – £200 is on it’s way to SOFII.
There were a lot more correct entries this year, but to put some of you out of your misery here are the answers. (From top and left to right):
Noel – there’s no L in there. Geddit? For those who guessed ‘Christmas Alphabet’ I can see where you were coming from, but it wasn’t quite the whole alphabet.
12 days of Christmas. Again, I liked a couple of entries that suggested ‘I Wish it Could be Christmas Everyday’ if only because it’s a great song!
I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas
All I want for Christmas is You
(Walking in a) Winter Wonderland
The First Noel
All that remains is to wish you all a very happy Christmas and a successful and healthy 2015. I’ll be planning next year’s quiz!
I hope 2014 has been successful and happy and that you are looking forward to 2015.
I’d like to wish you and yours a very happy Christmas and New Year.
You may know that every year I run a little Christmas Quiz with my Christmas card and best wishes. Apparently I made it a little difficult last year so I hope this year’s is a little easier. All you have to do is work out the clues which loosely lead to six Christmas songs.
When you think you know the answers, email them to me. For every entry I will donate £1 to SOFII (because it is a brilliant resource for fundraisers – up to £200). In addition, on Christmas Eve I will draw one name out of a hat from those that get all six right and they will win £50 to donate to a charity of their choice. So please do pass this on to your colleagues and friends.
Enjoy the puzzle and good luck!
And make sure you’re signed up to this blog to be the first to have the answers delivered to your in-box in time for Christmas.
With very best wishes for a very merry Christmas and a happy and successful new year.