Bel Tine is the name in the Two Rivers for the celebration of spring, usually accompanied by Festival. Any self-respecting goodwife will have her spring cleaning done by then. It is supposed to come when spring has well and truly arrived, but it may be held earlier after a harsh winter.

In Emond's Field they make three bonfires, on cleared dirt, not on the Green. The women put up the Spring Pole before Bel Tine, and the unmarried women dance around it on the day.

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