Happy Valentines Day

Eve Tasker

Some facts about Valentine's Day

-Common symbols of Valentine's Day include hearts, Cupid who is the Roman god of love, doves, and the colours red and pink, which are associated with love and passion.

-Chocolate has become a traditional gift for Valentine's Day. It is believed that the association between chocolate and romance began in the 19th century when Richard Cadbury, of the Cadbury chocolate company, started selling beautifully decorated boxes of chocolates for the holiday.

-In some cultures, Valentine's Day is not only a celebration of romantic love but also an occasion to celebrate friendship. It's sometimes called "Single Awareness Day" or "Friendship Day," where friends exchange cards and gifts to show appreciation for each other.


History on Valentines Day!

- It is thought Valentine's messages became a tradition in the Victorian era and papers made especially for Valentine's greetings began to be marketed. With postal rates becoming cheaper in 1840, the sending of cards grew in popularity.

- The act of giving gifts, such as flowers, chocolates and jewellery to loved ones grew over the years in popularity. By the 18th Century, this tradition has spread to many different countries! 

Ideas you can do on Valentines Day

- Go to the cinemas and watch a film with your favourite snacks

- Have a picnic outdoors or have one inside from the comfort of your own home

- Have a meal at your favourite restaurants

- If you're a fan of the outdoors, go on a nature walk together!

- Make love heart-shaped pizzas together this evening!


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