The Internet provides some image sof how the othe English Oratories celebrated Easter. The New Liturgical Movement has an account at the following link with a splendid set of pictures The Easter Vigil at the London Oratory
There is a picture of the High Mass at Birmingham which can be accessed at http://www.birminghamoratory.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/IMG_1187-smaller-275x205.jpg
At York the celebrations appear to have been impressive. I have adapted and edited the post from the website of St Wilfrid's as follows:
The Sanctuary at the beginning of Holy Week
Maundy Thursday and the Altar of Repose:
The Altar of Repose this year is particularly beautiful. The Poor Clares gave us a beautiful altar frontal from their former monastery in Lawrence Street together with some of the other hangings pictured. The tabernacle veil and the altar linen are from the Bar Convent. We are very grateful to the Sisters for their generosity.
At the Maundy Thursday Mass our choir was joined by members of the St Austin's Singers from Wakefield who sang a polyphonic setting of the Mass by Casciolini.
After Mass a group walked in prayer down Petergate and Walmgate to visit the Altar of Repose at St George's Church.
Many people stayed in church until the end of the period of watching and joined the community in the Office of Compline.
The Paschal Candle decorated by the Oratory's guest Mr Eamon Manning
Lighting the Candle from the Paschal Fire
Blessing the Font
Receiving four candidates into full communion with the Church and administering the Sacrament of Confirmation.
St Wilfrid's decorated for Easter
Images: Patrick Thornber/St Wilfrid's York website
All of which suggests things are going very well in the new foundation in York.
A happy, blessed and joyful Easter to all the English Oratories