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St Brigid's day they make wooden crosses and put them on the rafters of their houses. They are usually made of rushes.
St Patrick's Day they wear shamrock on their coats but some of the men wear the Shamrock on their hats.
Shrove Tuesday many people make matches. The two parties go to town and go into a public house and they make a match.
Shrove night they make pancakes. Ash Wednesday we go to Mass to get the holy ashes in our forehead.
Chalk Sunday is the Sunday after Shrove Tuesday. If anyone gets married that day all the youngsters