Thursday October 29, 2020

There’s nothing to be scared of . . .

As the happy noise of children letting off explosives rings out around the country, it’s vital that we don’t forget the real reason we all celebrate Halloween.

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As the happy noise of children letting off explosives rings out around the country, it’s vital that we don’t forget the real reason we all celebrate Halloween.

This ancient religious festival has something important to do with God, witches and burning stuff.

However, they won’t be burning stuff in Dublin this year - instead of bonfires, the kids are holding daffodil-planting ceremonies. In a mature move, loads of kids have taken...

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