Scoil: Foxrock (St Brigid's)

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Foxrock (St Brigid's) | Bailiúchán na Scol

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the feast of the Assumption the people all go to Tramore to see all the horses racing and jumping.

On the 29th of September the feast of St Michael some people go to the fair in Graigue-na-Mannagh and all the people of Co Wexford go around selling onions. All the asses and carts are around the place, and the sellers have the onions in big hanks.
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On 6th of January Little Christmas we here do not celebrate anything on it.

Shrove Tuesday is called Pancake day, and we make pancakes on that day.
St. Patrick's day falls on the 17th of March, and we wear the Shamrock and green ribbon.
On Holy Thursday the Thursday before Easter many people, and children go to visit seven Churches, and the Altar of Repose is decorated with flowers, and candles.
Good Friday we have hot cross buns, and there is a cross on them Representing Our Lord's Cross.
Easter Sunday morning we see who will eat the most eggs, and chocolate eggs are given for presents.
In May the children get a May bush, and they put

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