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St Patricks Day

The joys of Spring - nothing brings them to life more than Easter. But what’s the history of this chocolate rich festival and how can we best celebrate it?

Easter was named for Eostre, who was the Anglo-Saxon goddess of Spring, or so St Bede claims. He wasn’t very reliable though, so we don’t know how accurate this claim is.  What we do know is that the Christian church took over an old pagan festival, held every spring, and linked it to the resurrection of Christ, which bore many similar themes to the older festival, relating to life triumphing over death and the return of growth, health and strength to the agricultural world

So, what’s the biggest fun-time festival of March? There is no doubt in our minds, it’s St Patrick’s Day - which falls on Tuesday March 17th in 2015. The St Patrick’s Day parade in New York is famous, of course, but London’s parade is starting to come a close second - although this year it’s being held on 15 March because it’s always a Sunday parade, finishing in Trafalgar Square. And of course, St Paddy’s day gives us all an excuse to drink Guinness, paint ourselves green and have some craic!

There’s traditional Irish food to consider too - an Irish stew, some soda bread and maybe a Bailey’s or two to finish up the meal. But the main fun is in the costumes, attempting some Irish dancing to those fast and furious Irish jig tunes and enjoying a few anecdotes told by those who’ve kissed the blarney stone.

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