The same conservativeness may be found in the way they celebrate their holidays. Still, New Year is celebrated on the 31st of December, may be spent not necessarily with the family members, but often in some places of entertainment. It is not common spread in England to give presents for the New Year. Still in some regions of UK, for example, in Scotland, the New Year even more important than Christmas (which is celebrated on 25th of December) and the main part of festivities is timed to this holiday. Nevertheless, Christmas is one of the most popular and anticipated holidays in Britain, which is considered to be one of the most traditional family celebrations (Cooper, n.d.).