Keep children entertained this Easter

It’s Easter which of course means that our children are home and in need of entertainment! I have sourced the big wide web for some egg-citing activities to take part in this holiday!

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Claverton Manor, Claverton Down, Bath, Somerset, BA2 7BD

Easter events

Photo Credit: The american museum

“It’s a long way to Tipperary. It’s a long way to go.” Gather up your little ones and head out on a World War 1 trail this Easter. If you are near Bath this Easter why not head down to The American Museum which showcases American arts and culture since 1961. And for just £2.50 per trail you can enjoy an exciting World War 1 themed Easter Trail this Easter be sure to collect your prize at the end!

Clifton College Kids club

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photo credit: Telegraph

Clifton College nursery and the college itself are providing fun kids clubs for children of parents that are wanting to send their children to experienced and qualified staff this easter. The college provides daily fun activities for those between the age of 3-13, with a prime focus on personal development, interaction with other children and of course, fun. Juniors, those above the age of 5 also get an hour’s swimming each day, whilst daily activities for all include arts and crafts, free time and time in the playground. The Kids’ Club (8-13 years old) provide team building activities, and optional themed activities in the afternoon too.

Prices for the kids’ club starts from £44pp for a full day, or from £22 for a half day. There are also options for late departure. For more information and to view the full range of kids’ courses, please visit www.cliftoncollege.co.uk

National Trust and Cadbury Easter Hunt!

It’s that time of the year again when National Trust teams up with Cadbury and brings you the most incredible egg hunt with the most stunning views. There are over 250 hunts to choose from across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Everyone will be rewarded with a delicious Cadbury Treat at the end of each completed hunt. Every time you head out on a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, you’ll help us fund vital conservation work to protect special places for future generations to explore.

Easter at Bristol Zoo

Easter at Bristol Zoo Gardens

Head to Bristol Zoo this Easter Holiday for two whole weeks of animal activities and a brand new Easter trail! As well as checking out all the awesome animals that are homed at the zoo there will also be some pretty cool activities, such as: Egg discovery trail, I spy, guess who and Easter crafts (crafts and face pain will incur a small charge).

Dusty’s Giant Easter Duck Hunt at WWT Wetland centre!

Dusty's Giant Easter Duck Hunt at WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre

Help Dusty find the cheeky giant yellow ducks hiding around the stunning grounds of the WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre this Easter! Take family along throughout the Easter holidays and have a quacking time exploring.
You’ll need to use all your special detective skills to track down these cheeky ducks and claim your tasty prize! We were invited down to take part in Dusty’s Adventures last year and it was honestly the most awesome day out for both the youngsters and us adults! Highly recommend if you are near!

Easter Eggstravaganza at Bowood House and Garden

Name the newly born chicks or find the hidden golden eggs. Bowood House & Gardens will make the perfect family day out! Explore the beautiful grounds with the Spring Trail. Tractor Ted’s Little Farm has newly born lambs and piglets, with petting times throughout the day.

With an humongous adventure playground to complete the day, children will be entertained for hours!Normal House & Gardens admission applies. On from Friday 30th March to Monday 2nd April 2018, 11am to 5pm.

 

Whatever you get up to this Easter holiday, I hope it’s a good one!

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