November is a time when the harvest is over and the beginning of winter starts. The Anglo-Saxons called November “Wind monath”, because it was the time that the cold winds blow, and also “Blod Monath” as it was the time that the cattle were slaughtered for winter food. But it also was a month looking forward to the winter solstice and the Spring.Part of that preparation for the solstice was “Stir up Sunday” where everyone in the family would take a turn at stirring the Christmas pudding, whilst making a wish.
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