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All Hallows Eve ‘Soul Cakes’

Halloween (All Souls/All Hallows) is derived from the ancient Celtic festival called “Samhain” or “Feast of the Dead”. It has traditionally been celebrated with bonfires, especially on high ground, in order to light the soul’s way to heaven. Many cultures have their own version of a similar festival at this time of year, and isn't… Continue reading All Hallows Eve ‘Soul Cakes’

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September Skies and The Harvest Moon

September is the meteorological start of the Autumn and was named by the Romans as 'seventh month', when March used to start the year. That would be lovely wouldn't it? If we could just skip January and February. During September, the length of the day will shorten by an average of 2 hours across the… Continue reading September Skies and The Harvest Moon