This Easter, do something exciting with your time off! We’ve picked some of our very favourite activities to do over the bank holiday weekend. :)

Join the biggest Easter egg hunt of them all!

The Big Eggstravaganza!
If you’re London based, you will almost definitely have seen the large eggs dotted all over the capital. The Big Egg Hunt is over now but you can still see the eggs in all their glory, all together in Covent Garden! Highly recommend popping down to see them (there are 209 so it’s quite an amazing sight!) and there are lots of other activites going on, including paint-your-own sessions in the pop-up shops, See the Artist and giveaways! There are lots of lovely little places to find lunch in Covent Garden, so a great excuse to grab a scrummy spot of lunch while you’re there!

The online auction for the eggs closes at 5pm on Monday 9th April, so hunters have a chance to own a piece of one-of-a-kind art!

It’s all to raise money for Action for Children and Elephant Family so dig deep and help two excellent causes.

Check out www.thebigegghunt.co.uk or simply stroll down to Covent Garden anytime before 9th April!

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Enjoy a lovely weekend in the Isle of Wight!

Head to the Isle of Wight!
Go and get creative at Chessell Pottery situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the west of the Isle of Wight. Go and decorate your own pottery (fun for all ages!) and enjoy some scrummy food at the award winning Courtyard Café where you can experience the ‘Ultimate Island Cream Tea’.
For more information, check out www.chessellpotterybarns.co.uk or www.gowight.com

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Explore Camden with this fab new foodie app!

Explore Camden Town’s foodie hotspots!
Street-food expert Andy Bates has launched the The Camden Town app, exploring the wide range of different tastes and cuisines, from gourmet restaurants to traditional market food in Camden Town. With his intuitive understanding of good food and a will to tease his tastebuds, Andy gives his personal take on the area through a curated tour of exclusive video content, and demonstrates that there is something for everyone in Camden, from home-cooked delicacies in Camden Lock Market to Gordon Ramsay’s renowned York and Albany. Yum!
Download free from the app store

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This Easter, EAT ALL THE CAKES. (Image from the Cornstore cafe)

Go and eat THIS CAKE in Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire is an absolutely gorgeous spot for a little holiday, and they’ve got LOTS of places for afternoon tea! This cake comes from The Cornstore Cafe, famous for serving delicious local clotted cream.
For more info about visiting South Wales, click here. For more about THAT CAKE, click here.

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An alternative to binging on chocolate!

Find your local RSBP reserve!
Perhaps the best kept secret in the country, at RSPB reserves you can get your boots muddy, relax or get closer to nature with everything you could need for an incredible day out. Get out of the house this Easter and get your wellies muddy! Look out for graceful deer, hares, spring flowers (including bluebells in the woodlands!), brimstone butterflies and more! The RSPB has over 200 nature reserves up and down the country meaning there’s bound to be one on your doorstep. A wonderful family day out.
To find your nearest reserve, click here.

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Decorate your home!

Make rabbit bunting!
Command decorating products from 3M have teamed up with Hazel Ball, owner of the home accessories website, Velvet Brown, to bring you some top tips for Easter fun! Watch their video and learn how to make super cute rabbit bunting – lots of fun for all the family!
Watch the video here!

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Om nom nom.

Make Easter Nests!
These are the easiest little treats in the world and are super to make with small children! You can find the recipe right here.

For more exciting things to do over Easter, check out Time Out’s brilliant list of Easter activities (London only).

Have a lovely Bank Holiday everyone! We will be taking a short break from Friday but we’ll back on Tuesday 10th April!  


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