Fifty-nine percent of Poles are planning to spend no more than PLN 100 (EUR 21) on Christmas gifts for a single person this year, a survey has found.
In a post uploaded to their Facebook page, the Białystok animal shelter “Dolina Dolistόwki” said it would be suspending the adoption of puppies up to six months old from the 1st of December until the 7th of January 2023.
Poles plan to spend slightly more this year on Christmas than in 2021, a new survey has revealed.
The organisers of the annual “Letter to Santa” initiative estimate that they will receive 1,800 letters this year from those under the care of Social Welfare Homes in and around Łόdź.
Over two thirds of Poles in a Monday-published survey by the SW Research pollster see the Christmas season as a time for reinforcing family ties.
Poles will be spending less on holiday gifts this year than in 2019 as Covid-19 dampens the Christmas spirit, a new study has shown.