Easter is observed on the first Sunday after the Full Moon date (based on mathematical calculations) that falls on or after March 21. If the Full Moon is on a Sunday, Easter is celebrated on the following Sunday.
Easter is liturgically related to the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere (March equinox) and the Full Moon, although its date is not based on either of these actual astronomical dates – Easter celebrations and reflections are therefore a very old tradition.
So… for the first Tuesday Aggregate after Easter, we have had to think of something that is round to relate to the lunar cycle, and old to relate to the celebration of this long weekend.
Back in the day at DANTERR we offered a BUY FIVE, GET SIX DIAMOND BLADE SPECIAL. It is our oldest special, and although we often look towards the NEW via The Tuesday Aggregate… this week we are returning to our origins.
After the Easter break, Local Councils are still going to need to cut out old concrete paths and replace them with new improved public works… and there has never been a better tool invented than the DIAMOND BLADE to remove old / worn-out footpaths… so stock up (especially you our loyal Local Council clients) while the deal is on.