Made for stir-up Sunday

Work / The Royal Mint / Stir-Up Sunday


Stir-up Sunday is the tradition of mixing the Christmas Pudding on the last Sunday before the season of Advent.

Part of this tradition is adding a sixpence to the mixture, with whomever finding the sixpence in their own piece of the pudding on Christmas Day seeing it as a sign that they would enjoy wealth and good luck in the year to come.

We combined the making of a sixpence with a Christmas Pudding to celebrate this Victorian tradition.


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