and it is said that it is lucky to put a branch or a little bramble of the Blessed Palm in the out houses and in each room of the dwelling house.
On Easter Sunday each person eats a large number of eggs because no eggs were allowed to be eaten in olden days during Lent.
May-day:- on May eve a bonfire is lit to welcome summer. A May bush is also put up and bunches of flowers tied to it. The churning should never be done on May day because it is said, "That the fairies would take away the butter for the Summer. Some people never sell milk on May day. If you white-wash in May you will take the head of the house away. You should never borrow anything on May day.
Another bon fire is lit on St John's day in honour of him and because half of the Summer is gone
- John Forde