Introduction: the four seasons. Part 1 Spring days: Candlemas; St Valentine's Day; Shrive Tuesday and Shrovetide; Mothering Sunday; Good Friday; Eastertide, May Day. Part 2 Herbs. Part 3 Summer days: Whitsun; Midsummer; picnics; other Summer food and drink; Harvest; the preserving year. Part 4 Autumn days: Michaelmas; Halloween; All Souls Day; Guy Fawkes Night; bonfire songs; Martinmas; what to do with all the apples! things to make with Autumn nuts, berries, grasses and leaves. Part 5 Winter days: Advent; St. Nicholas; Christmastide decorations; Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; New Year, Twelfth Night -Epiphany. Part 6 Birthdays. Part 7 Sweet making. Part 8 Hungry teatimes. Part 9 Rainy days and convalescence. Part 10 Extra touches. Part 11 Birthday calendar. Part 12 Your own ideas.
Judy Large works with conflict analysis and peace building.
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