When Did Christmas Day Become a Holiday in Scotland?

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Christmas became a public holiday in Scotland in the year 1957.
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Christmas Day became a holiday in Scotland many years after Victoria's reign (mid-20th C). Only within the last 20-30 years Boxing Day was included.
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