What’s the best part of Easter Weekend?

Easter is here, bringing with it the first long weekend of the calendar year.

Many people look forward to Easter not just as a religious holiday, but as an opportunity to spend time with family and friends, get away for a few days, tidy the house, or get outside and enjoy the spring weather.

Today we’re asking you: what’s your favourite part of the Easter weekend? Vote in our poll below!

What's the best thing about Easter Weekend?

The chocolate!
Attending church or place or worship
The 4-day weekend
Skiing one last time
Welcoming spring
Egg hunting with grandchildren
Visiting family and friends
Tidying the home and garden
Other - share in comments
Based on 62 public votes.
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27th Apr 2018
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I used to really like Easter but it is so lost the concept of what Easter is all about
4th Apr 2018
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What's the best part of Easter?

Knowing how it all ends.

We go through Easter Week, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday but all the while knowing that Resurrection Sunday is the key to the next 2,000 years of human history.

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