website here. It doesn't have many extra details, but I guess not many are needed. Last time I checked the weather for London on Friday it was going to be fair but windy. Local weather looks foul, so perhaps our open air Easter Egg hunt might have to be amended.
Elsewhere, you can 'follow' Easter on Twitter, or join a Facebook group which follows Easter in real time through the week from the perspective of a variety of witnesses. Or get that book down that says 'Bible' on the spine and read a bit of it. I wonder how many people will follow virtual versions of Easter without actually reading the originals?