Just 20% of parents said their youngsters knew it marks the resurrection of Jesus.
The invention of chocolate and the birthday of the Easter bunny.
They're the reasons most children think we celebrate Easter.
Just twenty per cent of parents said their youngsters knew it marks the resurrection of Jesus.
Revd Ronnie Lamont is the editor of assemblies.org.uk.
She told Premier's News Hour this isn't necessarily accurate:
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