Tradespeople and servants traditionally received presents, money, and sometimes food from their bosses on Boxing Day.
No, it is actually a day when people would receive presents. The presents were in boxes, giving boxing day its name.
Boxing Day is the day right after Christmas Day in many countries. On this day, workers receive gifts from their employers. This is neither a fight day or a moving day, the term "boxing" has a unknown origin.
St Stephens Day
there was a green peice of hair, In my day this was an honor to be in the preasents of that one person.It ment roalty in the making.
Because it occurred on Boxing Day, the day after Christmas.
Boxing Day, is celebrated the day after Christmas. In the Middle ages, it was a day when the wealthy boxed up items for the needy. Traditionally, it was a day when tradesmen and servants would receive gifts from their employees. Today, the holiday is a bank holiday that is primarily celebrated by shopping.
it is a day to celebrate boxing
you celebrate boxing day on December 26
Boxing Day is celebrated on December 26.
No, Boxing Day does not have an official song.
There is no postal service on Boxing Day.
No. The 26th (Boxing Day) is a Provincial holiday. Stores are not open. Boxing Day (or Boxing Week) sales are held on the following day(s).