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20th September 2011

Halloween- A Fun Holiday with Scary Parties

Halloween also known as All Hollow’s Eve & All Saints’ Eve is a yearly holiday which is celebrated on the 31st October. Halloween holidays celebration includes parades and festivals. Its main observances are costume parties, carving pumpkins, ghosts tou...

06th May 2011

How Does Rubbish Disposal In London Work

Getting rid of waste could cause trouble for many individuals. Individuals who live in more urban areas generally have a lot more problems as dumping space is restricted and bonfires are banned. Should you have a substantial amount rubbish to eliminate, p...

05th May 2011

Holi Festival in India - Observe Happy Holi in Divine Spirit!

Holi festival, an Indian Festival of colors, also known as Phagwa, is celebrated in the Hindu month of Phalgun. There are many claims on its origin. It is celebrated as thanksgiving to the deities for bounteous harvests. It also signifies the end of ...

28th April 2011

Rubbish Disposal In London

Disposing of waste can cause problems for many people. Those living in urban areas tend to have even more problems as dumping space is limited and bonfires are banned. If you have a large amount of rubbish to get rid of, perhaps from a house or garden ren...

03rd November 2010

History of Halloween

Halloween dates back to over 2000 years ago. The Celts--who lived in Great Britain, Ireland, and northern France--celebrated Samhain on October 31st. The priests (called druids) burned big bonfires on hills to frighten away the spooks whom they believed w...

07th October 2010

Impressive Halloween Costumes For Persons On A Spending Budget.

If there are two of you searching for costumes around this time of the year, you'll understand just how costly it can be. It might be beneficial for the costume business, but it can be pretty unpleasant when purchasing for two. Ever since that very fir...

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