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Dear Family Historian,

We hope you had a lovely bank holiday. This week we are offering a FREE binder when you buy a pack of 100 Sleeves! You can also save 44% on the Doxie Flip Premium Bundle!

New Data Downloads have been added, giving you valuable insight into public county life. In this issue's Article from the Archives, we look at Easter traditions.

All the best,
The S&N Team

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The Traditions of a Joyous Easter

Easter traditionally is a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ three days after his death and is considered to be one of the most important Christian dates in the calendar. Looking further back, Pagans believe that the name 'Easter' is derived from 'Eostre', the name of the Anglo-Saxon fertility goddess.

The Traditions of a Joyous Easter

From both a Christian and Pagan perspective, eggs in general are a traditional symbol of fertility and rebirth.

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