Easter Traditions in Great Britain. Easter is celebrated in spring. It’s on the first Sunday after the first full moon in spring. That’s why it’s on a different date each year. Christians all over the world celebrate Jesus’s rising from the dead on this day. In Britain Easter is celebrated not like in our country.
Easter Saturday. On Saturday, the second day, British families decorate the eggs for Easter. Eggs are a symbol of a new life. The eggs are hard-boiled and painted in various colors and patterns. Traditionally bright colors represent spring and light. Nowadays many people give each other Easter eggs made of chocolate.