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England’s forgotten Easter traditions

31 March 2024

7:02 PM

31 March 2024

7:02 PM

If you get up early enough on Easter morning, according to old English folklore, you might be lucky enough to see the sun dancing in the sky as it rises, rejoicing at the resurrection of Christ – although tradition also records that the devil usually manages to put a hill in front of the dancing sun to stop people seeing it.

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