How do you celebrate locked Easter? | Life and style


For many people across the UK, Easter will be very different this year. There will be no church gatherings, no neighborhood egg hunt and no party meals with extended family and friends.

But many Easter celebrations will always take place – just a little differently. Religious services are conducted online and children draw pictures of Easter eggs to hang in their windows so others can find them.

Share your experiences

How will you mark Easter this year? Do you adapt your usual traditions to a life in a closed environment, maybe having lunch on Sunday by video chat or having an Easter egg hunt inside? Are you participating in locked official Easter events? Or are you going to establish new traditions this year?

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