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Easter Egg Rolling 2024

Egg rolling eight years on

The tradition of egg rolling in the UK, sometimes known as ‘pace-egging’ or ‘paste egging’, is a centuries-old Easter activity where decorated eggs are rolled down grassy hills. And it’s something we’ve done as a family for decades.

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Scottish Cups and Rings

Cups and rings over the border

Achnabreac Forest in the Kilmartin Glen in Argyll And Bute, Scotland [GPS: 56°3’38.304″ N 5°26’46.602″ W] has one of the best examples of prehistoric rock art in Scotland. The carvings are around 5,000 years old and spread over three main outcrops.

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