Which type of flower is commonly worn in Wales to celebrate St David's Day?
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What is traditionally added to a Christmas pudding, giving luck to whoever finds it in their portion?
In which month does the Queen celebrate her official birthday?
What comes before 'Pensioners' for the name of retired UK Army veterans?
If it rains on St Swithin's Day, it will rain for the following how many days, according to tradition?
St George, patron saint of England, is famous for fighting which mythical beast?
Shrove Tuesday, or Pancake Day, marks how many days before Easter?
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In which month is St David's day celebrated?
The Royal Family always attend the Highland Gathering in which village on the first Saturday of September?
Traditionally, the arrival of which bird marks the beginning of spring?
Before being held through London, the annual Boat Race took place in which other town?
In which month are the midsummer celebrations at Stonehenge?
On which day of the year was it traditionally acceptable for women to propose to men?
What type of sixpence was traditionally baked into a Christmas pudding?
What is gurning?
What type of coins are distributed by the Queen on Maundy Thursday?
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Which color is associated with marches held in Northern Ireland in July?
An old weather saying is that March 'comes in like a lion, goes out like a' what?
What color of jackets are traditionally worn by riders taking part in a fox hunt?
On April Fool's Day, you have until what time to play the joke?
Which song is traditionally sung at midnight on New Year's Eve?
Auld Lang Syne
If 'Uncle Sam' is the personification of America, what's the UK equivalent?
In which month does Trooping of the color take place?
Frost Fairs took place on the frozen river in which city in the Little Ice Age between 1550 and 1750?
September's famous Widecombe Fair takes place in which county?
In which county is the annual Appleby Horse Fair?
Which day of the week is 'Ash' in the run-up to Lent?
Which part of the UK plays the traditional sport of hurling?
Which religious group celebrates the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge?
Dancing around a pole and Morris dancing traditionally marks the first day of which month?
The traditional Celtic festival of Samhain developed into which autumn celebration?
What comes after 'Henley Royal' for the name of a British summer sporting event?
The tradition of pulling crackers on Christmas Day dates back to which decade?
In which month of the year does the oyster harvesting and eating season begin?
Who gives out money to the poor on Maundy Thursday?
When do children in some parts of the UK get dressed up and go guising?
What item of food is chased down a hill in Gloucestershire on late May bank holiday?
What day follows Shrove Tuesday?
The Queen's birthday celebration is called 'Trooping the' what?
Which seaside town traditionally switches on its Illuminations at the start of September?
In which month of the year does the Chelsea Flower Show take place?
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Which institution is traditionally known as the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street?
Bank of England
What items are 'dressed' in a traditional Derbyshire festival?
Swan Upping is the annual count of swans on which English river?
Burns Suppers are generally held in which month of the year?
What is the name of the religious festival celebrated 40 days after Christmas?
Who is the patron saint of Scotland?
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Stir Up Sunday' is about getting food prepared for which time of the year?
Tynwald Day is the national holiday of which island?
Isle of Man
Whar comes before 'Spoon' in the name of traditional Welsh carving?
Which month of the year did Anglo-Saxons call 'Wolf Monath' as it was the month when the wolves came into villages hunting for food?
Burns Night is celebrated on which date in January?
On the first day of which month is it traditional to play practical jokes?
Until the 18th century the UK used the Roman calendar, which had how many months in a year?
Which mythical beast is the national symbol of Scotland?
Mothering Sunday always comes how many weeks before Easter?
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The Grand National horse race is run at which racecourse?
At what time is the Queen's speech broadcast on Christmas Day?
In which month of the year does the Queen host her royal Garden Parties?
Which midlands city hosts a famous Goose Fair each October?
What comes before 'Green' in the name of the color worn by Robin Hood?
The Glorious 12th, the start of the grouse shooting season, is in which month of the year?
The music Brit Awards always take place in which month of the year?
In which month of the year is the Glastonbury festival held?
What is a 'sgian dubh', often worn in the sock as part of Highland Dress?
What do Morris dancers wear tied around their legs?
At which time of the year would people observe the custom of First Footing?
Which city gives its name to the Cup competed for by England and Scotland in rugby?
Bonfire Night marks a 1605 attempt to blow up which building?
Houses of Parliament
Remembrance Day is celebrated on which date in November?
What kind of kings and queens are associated with London?
In which century were the rules of the traditional sport of cricket finally written down?
The UK's oldest 18 hole golf course is in which Scottish town?
What is traditionally eaten at a Burns' Supper?
What do visitors traditionally bring to houses on New Year's Day ro symbolise warmth?
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If it rains on St Swithin's day, legend says it will rain for how many days after?
In February each year fishermen gather on the beach at the mouth of the river Tweed to pray for a good season catching which fish?
St Hilary's feast in which month of the year is said to be the coldest day in Britain?
Lammas was traditionally the end of the growing season and the first day of which month?
Which word means the Christmas tradition of going from house to house, drinking and singing?
Which exotic fruit was a 16th and 17th century status symbol, incorporated in the design of many grand houses?
Pineapple Click to see the answer
Wreaths are laid on the Cenotaph in which London street every November?
What is a coracle?
Scones, jam and which type of cream are essential for a Cornish cream tea?
The custom of 'well-dressing' or decorating village wells, is found in which county?
Traditionally what color of heather is considered lucky?
The annual 'Oranges and Lemons' ceremony takes place in which London church?
Oak Apple Day commemorates the escape of which monarch from the Roundheads?
Dancing around a pole with ribbons is a tradition to mark the start of which month?
What is the name for the last day of the Christmas season?
Rushbearing Ceremonies are part of the culture in which area of the UK?
In which year was the annual Oxford vs Cambridge boat race moved from Henley to London?
The Tolpuddle Martyrs were trade unionists from which county?
Candelmas is a Christian festival celebrated at the start of which month?
In which month of the year is Martinmas traditionally celebrated?
Which part of the UK celebrates 'Up Helly Aa' each January?
The 'loony dook' swimming event takes place on which day of the year?