I'm surprised the main service on Easter Day isn't Communion though. I suppose because it's a week that would have a 9:30 anyway, but I seem to recall in previous years they've had an 8am and a 10:30 Communion that day.
I'm also surprised that Trinity Sunday is also called Aldergate Sunday as the lectionary says (of the readings for John and Charles Wesley)
The readins are for use on Wesley Day (24 May), or on Aldersgate Sunday (24 May or the preceding Sunday), but should not normally be used at the Principal Service on Ascension Day, Pentecost, or Trinity Sunday
Labelling it on the plan as Aldersgate Sunday without a note sounds like a recipe for randomness.
That's what I meant about having a note. If it said on the plan only at the non-principal service, people might notice, but as it's in the lectionary of MWB people might not. (Given certain people's ability at reading rubrics ...)