Your Home Town - Coatbridge (Cotts Brig) Poem my town.htm The town has seen many changes over the years - the slums that crowded around the Ironworks have long gone, as have the ironworks themselves. Coal is no longer deep-mined in the area , but Coatbridge has moved on from being a depressed ex- industrial area to a thriving town once more. Up until 1975, Coatbridge had its own Burgh Council. Between 1975 and 1996.
What is a pysanka? Simply put, it is an Easter egg decorated using a wax resist (aka batik) method. Its name derives from the Ukrainian verb “pysaty,” meaning “to write.” (“Pysanka” is the singular form; “pysanky” is plural.) But it is much more than that. Ukrainians have been decorating eggs, creating these miniature jewels, for countless generations. There is a ritualistic element involved, magical thinking, a calling out to the gods and goddesses for health, fertility, love.
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