We ask the people of Liverpool: What are your quirky Christmas traditions?

Escape room puzzles, matching Christmas pyjamas, a breakfast buck fuzz and not forgetting that all important turkey dinner.

Nostalgia is a huge part of what makes this time of year feel so magical. The sound of festive tunes playing on the radio, the taste of your first buttery mince pie of the season and the sight of the fairy lights twinkling on the tree.

With that in mind, what are your Christmas traditions that you simply can't do without?

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"We do a sort of quiz where our parents lock presents in a room"

Natalia tells us about her Christmas traditions

Natalia says: "We do a sort of quiz where our parents lock presents in a room, and we have to solve problems to get the key to get the presents."

"Christmas Eve, we'd go to midnight mass”

Sharon tells us about her Christmas traditions

Sharon says: "It used to be on Christmas Eve, we'd go to midnight mass, but we don't do that anymore because the church is closed, so we don't do that anymore."

"I've got to have a turkey dinner on Christmas Day"

Malcolm tells us about his Christmas traditions

Malcolm says: "I've got to have a turkey dinner on Christmas Day, I don't care what time it is. That's it, it's the only thing I want on Christmas."