Easter on Anglesey in the late fifties was still a time when we went clapping for eggs to local farms and the farmers were usually generous.
Good Friday hot cross buns. We would be up early to make sure we got to the local bakeries to buy them as they were freshly cooked and unless you had ordered them you might be out of luck, boy and then it was packet stuff. The shops usually shut in the afternoon.
Easter Sunday was a day of chapel church and Easter eggs not many, as times were still hard locally.
Then Easter Monday was a big day on Anglesey with the local football competition. They would come from all over Anglesey and even beyond to take part. Local football teams sent sides also work teams or just mates. It would carry on all day until the winners lifted the cup.
I think most people went home happy even the losers. It was a brilliant day out sometimes a few silly fisticuffs on the pitch but all good natured. Most of the shops would have been shut so it kept us all busy. Happy days.