For those who find the motorway network a bit confusing this motorway map should simplify things. Then there is Chris’s British Road Directory, which Farli has reminded me about.
Make wrapping paper using Flickr images. Fun, but I don’t think my printer ink will stretch that far. Found via Russell Davies.
If you have a full house at Christmas and need to entertain everyone Tesco have some games you can play. If those are a bit conventional you could try these victorian parlour games.
Christmas Day service
The Christmas Day service on BBC one comes from St Mary’s church Ealing, home of the creative folks who go by the name of ‘Grace’. Jenny Baker will be preaching. [Update: Just to make it clear (as Jenny has mentioned in the comments) that this will be a traditional service rather than a creative Grace-type one.]
Christmas internet searches
Christmas trees are the most popular searched-for Christmas thing, according to this site. The next are ‘free’, ‘cards’ and ‘songs’. One can only assume that what people are really looking for are ‘Free songs about Christmas Cards and Trees’.
ChristmasCarolMusic.org – thanks to Rebranded and Rhys. “It has sheet music, lyrics, midi things, 4 part sheet music even, sheet music for instruments that do things in funny keys – everything. And it’s all free. How cool.”
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