The key piece of information on this site is the next easter date, i.e. the 2013 Easter Date
We have also got lots more. For starters, here is a great easter decoration tip.
Save the see-through stiff plastic packaging that comes around most chocolate eggs.
If you smear the inside of one half of the plastic with vaseline you can then layer pasted newspaper strips inside and make a papier mache egg shell. Make it the thickness of around 6 layers of paper, allowing each layer to dry before adding the next. This is much neater and ends up a better shape than the usual method of layering papier mache over an inflated balloon.
Once your eggshells are dry they can be easily removed from the reuseable plastic mould (we smeared them with vaseline, remeber) and decorated however you wish. Bring them out next easter and use as table decorations. If you are feeling particularly crafty, join two together to make a complete egg that comes apart. then you could fill it with treats (mini eggs) for the kids.
This site has lots more Easter related articles. They cover things to do at Easter and gifts for the easter holidays, plus facts about the history of the festival. We welcome all religions and denominations to this site.
Origins of Easter
A short article on the history behind the festival
Easter Bunny Free Clip Art
print out and let the kids colour it in
Free Easter clip art colour
more clip art for easter
Free Easter Bunny
Soft toys and other crafts
2014 Easter Date
Calendar for Easter Festival
Simnel Cake Recipe
traditional and delicious treat.
Cornflake Chocolate Easter Egg Nests
I used to love these when i was a kid
Make your own Decorated Easter Eggs
eastern european easter egg decorations
Names of God
A list of the names we give to our maker
I took this lovely photo in Chiswick London at Easter
Best Chocolate Easter