Phoenix Cleaning Company  – 12 Days of Christmas

Promotion start date: 25 th December 2023
Promotion Finish date: 5 th January 2024

Structure of the promotion

On each of the 12 days of Christmas 25th Dec to 5th January, a prize redeemable from one of PCC’s customers will be available to win. The promotion is being run by Phoenix Cleaning Company Ltd using our social media platforms – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Linked In.

  1. How to win: To win the post must be liked and 3 friends tagged (unless instructions on the post state otherwise)
  2. Entrants can take part in the promotion through the posts appearing on the PCC Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Linked In pages
  3. Entrants have until midnight on the day of the publication of the post, to enter
  4. No more than 1 entry per social media channel per day ie max 4 entries per day (other than 27th December 2023)
  5. Winners will be picked and announced the next WORKING day
  6. Winners will be announced on the PCC Social Media platforms
  7. Winners will not be contacted personally
  8. Winners must contact the PCC office on 0330 124 4085 or [email protected] to claim their prize and arrange to collect from the office between 9.30am & 2.30pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. If the prizes cannot be collected during these times we will try and arrange an alternative suitable time.


The current list of gifts at 01.12.23 are as below:

  1. Dakota Hotel – Afternoon Tea for Two
  2. A unisex New Balance Hoodie (the winner will need to confirm their preferred size – this is subject to stock with New Balance and we cannot guarantee that your preferred size and colour will be available) Unisex Uni-ssentials French Terry Hoodie Apparel – New Balance
  3. Phoenix Cleaning Company – Voucher Cleaning package Window, Gutters, Pressure Washing, Carpet Cleaning up to the value of £100
  4. 4 glasses and a bottle of alcohol, glasses provided by (1) Bobo & Pip Gift Offers | Facebook 5 prizes to be won!
  5. Boris & Co, Mirfield – Voucher Contact — Boris&Co (
  6. LUFC gifts – Football/Water Bottle etc exact items TBC Official Website | Leeds United
  7. Asda Voucher – £50 – Online Food Shopping, George, & more
  8. Malmaison – 3 Course Sunday Lunch & Champagne or Cocktails for 2 Malmaison Voucher Sales, – VoucherCart – 3-course Sunday Lunch & Champagne or Cocktail for 2
  9. Accor Hotels £50 Voucher, expires 03.12.2028 ALL – Accor Live Limitless | Hotels Stays & Exclusive Deals
  10. A round of golf for 4 Voucher at Cleckheaton Golf Club – Cleckheaton Golf Club
  11. Wood Hall Hotel back massage for 2 people
  12. Flat Iron £50 Voucher –

Vouchers are listed in no particular order and do not indicate the date they will be included in our 12 days of Christmas promotion

The above prizes are a subject to change without notice.

Images are illustrative purposes only.

(For Information)
The 12 Days each traditionally celebrate a feast day for a saint and/or have different celebrations:

Day 1 (25th December): Christmas Day – celebrating the Birth of Jesus
Day 2 (26th December also known as Boxing Day): St Stephen’s Day. He was the first Christian martyr (someone who dies for their faith). It’s also the day when the Christmas Carol ‘Good King Wenceslas’ takes place.
Day 3 (27th December): St John the Apostle (One of Jesus’s Disciples and friends)
Day 4 (28th December): The Feast of the Holy Innocents – when people remember the baby boys which King Herod killed when he was trying to find and kill the Baby Jesus.
Day 5 (29th December): St Thomas Becket. He was Archbishop of Canterbury in the 12th century and was murdered on 29th December 1170 for challenging the King’s authority over the Church.
Day 6 (30th December): St Egwin of Worcester.
Day 7 (31st December): New Year’s Eve (known as Hogmanay in Scotland). Pope Sylvester I is traditionally celebrated on this day. He was one of the earliest popes (in the 4th Century). In many central and eastern European countries (including Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czechia, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland and Slovenia) New Year’s Eve is still sometimes called ‘Silvester’. In the UK, New Year’s Eve was a traditional day for ‘games’ and sporting competitions. Archery was a very popular sport and during the middle ages it was the law that it had to be practised by all men between ages 17-60 on Sunday after Church! This was so the King had lots of very good archers ready in case he need to go to war!

Day 8 (1st January): Mary, the Mother of Jesus
Day 9 (2nd January): St. Basil the Great and St. Gregory Nazianzen, two important 4th century Christians.
Day 10 (3rd January): Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus. This remembers when Jesus was officially ‘named’ in the Jewish Temple. It’s celebrated by different churches on a wide number of different dates!

Day 11 (4th January): St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American saint, who lived in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Day 12 (5th January also known as Epiphany Eve): St. John Neumann who was the first Bishop in America (and so far the only US male citizen) to become a saint. He lived in the 19th century. In some churches, it’s also the Saint’s day of St Simeon Stylites the Elder, who lived on a small platform on the top of a pillar for 37 years!