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Choristers at Christmas.

Choristers at Christmas

Lincolnshire Christmas Folklore

Many of the county's Christmas traditions have faded away into the mists of time. But with the help of local folklore expert, Maureen Sutton, journey back to a time of 'Mumping', 'Crack Nut Sunday' and 'The Boy Bishop'.

Lincolnshire folklore expert - Maureen Sutton.

Folklore expert - Maureen Sutton

You probably hang up your Christmas decorations at home, give presents to friends and family and of course have a Christmas dinner.

Have you ever thought of where these traditions come from? Which ones are purely Lincolnshire? Which ones carry on in their original form today?

Maureen Sutton has the answers...

last updated: 16/05/2008 at 16:50
created: 23/12/2005

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