Top 5: Local Easter Egg Hunts This Weekend!

Sun 09 Apr 2017

With a nice break over the Easter weekend swiftly approaching, here's our top 3 Easter hunts in our local area:


Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, Wimpole Hall

Hunt down loads of choccy goodness in the wonderful gardens at Wimpole Hall

£2.50 entry

Open all weekend 10.30am to 5pm

For more details, click here


Easter at The Lodge - kids Easter trail and pop-up nature activities

Friday 14 April to Monday 17 April

11.00am - 3.00pm

Price: Trail sheet £2. Donations for activities.

Follow the Easter Trail for a fun time on the reserve, learning about nature as you go. Collect a small reward from the shop or Visitor Centre when you finish the trail!

If the weather is fine, join in at the drop-in activity table to see what activity is taking place today! 

Cost; trail sheet £2. Donations for activities.

Car park and entrance fee of £5 per car for non-members. 

Location: The Lodge nature reserve, Sandy, Beds


Tiny Toes Easter Holiday Trail, Wood Green Animal Shelter

Become a small animal detective and explore our tiny toes trail to discover the answers to lots of small animal fun facts to win a prize.
Suitable for ages 5+ ... FREE

Johnsons Farm Shop, Old Hurst PE28 3AF

Work your way around pictures, rhyming riddles and clues all across the farm!
Friday 14th & Saturday 15th April
11am - 3pm
Sunday 16th April
10am - 1pm
£2.50 entry

Easter Fun in Yelling

* Easter Egg Hunt * Quiz * Facsimile Brass Rubbing * Refreshments * Easter Garden Competition for ages 3 - 6 years and 7 - 11 years - maybe the Easter story or from your own imagination. Base no bigger than 32 cm x 24 cm. Use any medium: living plants, Lego, paper ...... Please bring your entry before 3.30 pm. * Wear your Easter bonnet!

2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. Admission free, small charge for refreshments, donations in aid of the church will be much appreciated.

Church of the Holy Cross, High Street, Yelling, Cambridgeshire PE19 6SD

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