What Date Do You Take down Christmas Decorations?

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Twelfth Night, that is 5th January, is when all Christmas Decorations should be taken down so as not to bring bad luck upon the home. Decorations should stay up for the whole year if they are not removed on Twelfth Night. The Twelfth Day is the last day of Christmas season and is twelve days after Christmas Day.
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Most people in Britain usually take down their Christmas decorations on the 12th day of Christmas which is 5th of January. It is a European tradition which if not followed is believed to bring bad luck upon the home.
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