Tag: Easter

University Easter Egg Hunt – Library clue

Here is the Library clue for the Easter Egg Hunt: My third is riding the waves, and feels ill after “S”. My second is dingy inflated by “h”. My first is in “T” and is to “each” but not their

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Why the Library is like an Easter egg…

It’s been a quiet week here in the Library. I can’t give you an exact figure for the number of Easter eggs which have been consumed by the Enquiries team, but it’s fair to say it was quite a few.

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Turner & Paige no.17 Apr. 2nd 2015

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Lego Easter Eggs

Carrying on with Thing of the Day’s obsession with Lego, we wondered if anyone was making Lego Easter eggs. Of course there is! http://hilug.org/?p=351 You still have time to make yours. Happy Easter! Photo by TooMuchDew

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Lego Good Friday

We often find Lego things to post to TOTD from around the web, but this is more locally produced. A colleague has had one of their children creating an Easter ‘scene’ in a ‘basket’ and this was their contribution. Jesus

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Easter Monday

Hello, it’s Easter Monday as we’re sure you all know. We hope you all enjoyed your Easter Eggs and the time off. Now, Easter Monday is traditionally a time for a wide range of interesting local customs. Among these is

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Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday (Sabbatum Sanctum) is the day after Good Friday. It commemorates the day that Jesus Christ’s body lay in the tomb. http://www.fisheaters.com/customslent15.html

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Palm Sunday

In the Christian calendar the Sunday before Easter is Palm Sunday. It is the first day of Holy Week and commemorates Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, where the crowd threw palm leaves into his path. For more information about Palm Sunday,

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