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Family holidays
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New Year superstition
The 1st of January was a highly significant day in medieval superstitions regarding prosperity, or lack of it, in the year ahead. A flat cake was put on one of the horns of a cow in every farmyard. The farmer and his workers would then sing a song and dance around the cow until the cake was thrown to the ground. If it fell in front of the cow that signified good luck; to fall behind indicated the opposite.
New Year superstition The 1st of January was a highly significant day in medieval superstitions regarding prosperity, or lack of it, in the year ahead. A flat cake was put on one of the horns of a cow in every farmyard. The farmer and his workers would then sing a song and dance around the cow until the cake was thrown to the ground. If it fell in front of the cow that signified good luck; to fall behind indicated the opposite.
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Mothering Sunday
Mothering Sunday
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Mothering Sunday church service
Many churches give the children in the congregation a little bunch of spring flowers to give to their Mothers as a thank you for all their care and love throughout the year.
Mothering Sunday church service Many churches give the children in the congregation a little bunch of spring flowers to give to their Mothers as a thank you for all their care and love throughout the year.
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Easter
Easter
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When is Easter in 2012?
This year Easter will fall on Sunday 8 April 2012
When is Easter in 2012? This year Easter will fall on Sunday 8 April 2012
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What is Easter?
Easter is the time for holidays, festivals and a time for giving chocolate Easter eggs. But Easter means much more....
Easter is the oldest and the most important Christian Festival, the celebration of the death and coming to life again of Jesus Christ. For Christians, the dawn of Easter Sunday with its message of new life is the high point of the Christian year.
What is Easter? Easter is the time for holidays, festivals and a time for giving chocolate Easter eggs. But Easter means much more.... Easter is the oldest and the most important Christian Festival, the celebration of the death and coming to life again of Jesus Christ. For Christians, the dawn of Easter Sunday with its message of new life is the high point of the Christian year.
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Why do we have eggs at Easter?
Eggs are a forbidden food during Lent, making them a welcome return to the menu on Easter Day.
Why do we have eggs at Easter? Eggs are a forbidden food during Lent, making them a welcome return to the menu on Easter Day.
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Why do we give eggs at Easter?
	Easter is a Christian festival. For Christians the custom of giving eggs at Easter celebrates new life. 
Christians remember that Jesus, after dying on the cross, rose from the dead. They believe that, through his resurrection, Jesus defeated death and sin and offers people the promise of eternal life if they follow his teachings.
Why do we give eggs at Easter? Easter is a Christian festival. For Christians the custom of giving eggs at Easter celebrates new life. Christians remember that Jesus, after dying on the cross, rose from the dead. They believe that, through his resurrection, Jesus defeated death and sin and offers people the promise of eternal life if they follow his teachings.
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Dragon-Slaying Patron Saint of England
Dragon-Slaying Patron Saint of England

One of the best-known stories about Saint George is his fight with a dragon. But it is highly unlikely that he ever fought a dragon, and even more unlikely that he ever actually visited England. Despite this, St George is known throughout the world as the dragon-slaying patron saint of England.
Dragon-Slaying Patron Saint of England Dragon-Slaying Patron Saint of England One of the best-known stories about Saint George is his fight with a dragon. But it is highly unlikely that he ever fought a dragon, and even more unlikely that he ever actually visited England. Despite this, St George is known throughout the world as the dragon-slaying patron saint of England.
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Trooping the Colour
Trooping the Colour
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What is the Trooping the Colour?
What is the Trooping the Colour?


The official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II is marked each year by a military parade and march-past, known as Trooping the Colour(Carrying of the Flag). The official name is “the Queen’s Birthday Parade”.
What is the Trooping the Colour? What is the Trooping the Colour? The official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II is marked each year by a military parade and march-past, known as Trooping the Colour(Carrying of the Flag). The official name is “the Queen’s Birthday Parade”.
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Harvest Festival
Harvest Festival
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What is a Harvest Festival?
What is a Harvest Festival?

Harvest Festival is a celebration of the food grown on the land.
What is a Harvest Festival? What is a Harvest Festival? Harvest Festival is a celebration of the food grown on the land.
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Remembrance Day in Britain
Remembrance Day in Britain
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What is Remembrance Day?
What is Remembrance Day?


Remembrance Day is on 11 November. It is a special day set aside to remember all those men and women who were killed during the two World Wars and other conflicts. 


Remembrance Sunday is held on the second Sunday in November, which is usually the Sunday nearest to 11 November. Special services are held at war memorials and churches all over Britain.
What is Remembrance Day? What is Remembrance Day? Remembrance Day is on 11 November. It is a special day set aside to remember all those men and women who were killed during the two World Wars and other conflicts. Remembrance Sunday is held on the second Sunday in November, which is usually the Sunday nearest to 11 November. Special services are held at war memorials and churches all over Britain.