Tutti Day is an old tradition linked to marking the end of the financial year. Hungerford in Berkshire is the only place in the UK where people still dress up for the occasion.
On the second Tuesday after Easter 'Tutti Men' would visit each household and collect a 'head penny' from each person. Nowadays the 'Tutti men' just collect a kiss. Here's Penny Silvester's report from Tutti Day 2011.
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