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The History of Easter

Posted by Olivia Hague-Delves on

The History of Easter

In the UK Easter is one of the major Christian festivals of the year. It is full of customs, folklore and traditional food. However, Easter in Britain has its beginnings long before the arrival of Christianity. Many theologians believe Easter itself is named after the Anglo-Saxon goddess of the dawn and spring - Eostre. In Britain Easter occurs at a different time each year. It is observed on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. This means that the festival can occur on any Sunday between March 22 and...

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Our Favourite Gifts This Mother's Day

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Our Favourite Gifts This Mother's Day

With Mother’s Day right around the corner we thought that we would share with you our favourite products that we sell that can be the perfect gift for your fabulous Mum. Don’t worry! There is still time for you to get your gifts. Well, just over a week anyway… Plenty of time! So, here we have 6 of our favourites, ranging from mugs to prints. Out of all of them I think that the coaster is my favourite. My mum loves a good cuppa and ALL drinks have to be on a coaster so not only is this a personal...

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Afternoon Tea at The Titanic

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Afternoon Tea at The Titanic

Our Christmas shindig was in January because you amazing customers kept us very busy during December with your orders. For our Christmas night out myself and Claire went to the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool for Afternoon Tea. How good does it look in that picture? It consisted of a lovely pot of tea, a glass of Prosecco with a strawberry, Scones, cakes and an assortment of finger sandwiches. Fun Fact. Cornish Scones are made with the Jam on the bottom with the cream on top (the Cornish are very proud of their cream) whereas Devonshire Scones are made with jam...

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