the oldest festival of the Christian Church celebrates the resurrection of Christ. Held on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the northern spring equinox.
We have selected Easter holiday fun and games for this and next week's newsletter. What's not to love about a bit of advanced planning!
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Have a good weekend!
Lots for teeny tots to do and a few am-dram delights for older kids. The holiday programme includes musical cake hunts, puffin puppetry, bunny training, free storytelling and role play. Recommended twice on Kinfo app for its lovely cafe, imaginative play and outdoor space.
Kent's Viking Trail is tipped by a mum of 2 (log into the app to read her review), flat paths framed by the North Sea. This Easter, marine life scavenger hunts will take place on passing beaches, see the link. Ages 4-11.
Recently refurbished "story centre for ages 0-11" has an indoor soft play and small, outdoor playground. Hunt for eggs all Easter weekend, no pre-booking required, or sign up for one of the children's author storytelling sessions. "A wonderful interactive venue," says this mum.
"Sweet seaside town with friendly residents and a lovely 6 mile walk," says this mum. Walk along the seafront onto the cliffs, where in good weather you will see across to the Isle of Wight. Hunt for oval pebbles to paint and turn into Easter eggs back home.
They may be off school, but there's no rest for the academic! Send them to these "amazing holiday camps," said a mum of 2. See their website for Easter class information, coming soon, and check out the birthday party page.