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What to do in Peterborough this Easter Holiday

March 15, 2016

There’s always so much to do in the holiday’s around Peterborough but only if you know where to look. So I’ve take the effort out of that for you and bundled together some of the top activities to be found around the city over the Easter Holiday. Some of them, you will notice, have been repeated on many days. I’ve done it like this so that you can just look up the day you want and see everything for that day in one place. Feel free to share with your friends. I hope you all have a lovely Easter and maybe with this list, you wont be desperate to send the kids back to school after a few days off.

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Thursday 24th March

Egg decorating at Tiger, Queensgate shopping Centre. Looking for something fun to do with the kids this Easter? Bring them along to Tiger to take part in their egg decorating event. All supplies will be provided by Tiger and there will be a prize for the best decorated.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Friday 25th March

Easter Egg Hunt – Thorpe Hall. Join us in the beautiful grounds of Thorpe Hall for a fun-filled afternoon. There’ll be an Easter Egg Hunt, a visit from the Easter Bunny, raffles, face-painting and cake stalls. Entry costs £2 per child.

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Easter Egg Hunt at Peckover House and Gardens NT, Wisbech. Enjoy the Easter weekend at Peckover with a children’s trail, sponsored by Cadbury. Trail runs from 11am – 4pm. Trail costs £2.50 in addition to the normal admission cost.

Easter Fun Day – Brewers Fayre The Hampton. Easter egg hunt, Disco, Facepainting and a visit from the easter bunny. Call the restaurant for more details 01733 310 772. Proceeds go to Great Ormand Street Hospital

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Egg decorating at Tiger, Queensgate shopping Centre. Looking for something fun to do with the kids this Easter? Bring them along to Tiger to take part in their egg decorating event. All supplies will be provided by Tiger and there will be a prize for the best decorated.

Geocache Egg Hunt – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Tradition meets technology in this fun easter egg hunt.  Use GPS technology to look for the eggs hidden around Ferry Meadows and claim your prize at the end. 10:30am-12:00noon and 1:30pm-3:00pm. Booking is essential.  Please telephone 01733 234193 to book a place. £5. Suitable for age 5+.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Egg hunt – Barnwell Country park. Run,skip or hop around the park looking for Easter eggs. Can you find the Golden Egg? Free event. Starts at the visitors centre. 2pm-3pm

Big Bunny Hunt – Sacrewell Farm. The Big Bunny Hunt at Sacrewell is one of the highlights of the calendar and this year we’ve burrowed a little deeper to make it a great family day out. New for this year, the hunt will be on foot across the whole site from 25-27 March, ending at the bunny’s warren where successful adventurers can collect their delicious prize. Cost £3 on top of normal admission price. 09:30am to 5pm.

Cadbury Easter egg Hunt – Lyveden (Nr Oundle) Discover our spiral mounts, woods and labyrinth as you search for clues and earn a chocolate surprise at the end of your hunt. Sir Thomas Tresham loved hidden riddles and mysterious codes, and he designed his lodge and gardens at Lyveden with secret messages hidden in plain sight. This year, Bunny has been following in Tresham’s footsteps and has been busy hiding clues across our. Booking Not Needed. A National Trust Event – Gates open 10:30. Start 11:00. End 16:00. Easter Egg Hunt. Head to Visitor Reception for admissions and Easter Egg Hunts. For more details please phone the contact 01832 205158.

easter-13646_640Saturday 26th March

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Egg hunt – Barnwell Country park. Run,skip or hop around the park looking for Easter eggs. Can you find the Golden Egg? Free event. Starts at the visitors centre. 2pm-3pm.

Easter Egg Hunt at Peckover House and Gardens NT, Wisbech. Enjoy the Easter weekend at Peckover with a children’s trail, sponsored by Cadbury. Trail runs from 11am – 4pm. Trail costs £2.50 in addition to the normal admission cost.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Big Bunny Hunt – Sacrewell Farm. The Big Bunny Hunt at Sacrewell is one of the highlights of the calendar and this year we’ve burrowed a little deeper to make it a great family day out. New for this year, the hunt will be on foot across the whole site from 25-27 March, ending at the bunny’s warren where successful adventurers can collect their delicious prize. Cost £3 on top of normal admission price. 09:30am to 5pm.

Cadbury Easter egg Hunt – Lyveden (Nr Oundle) Discover our spiral mounts, woods and labyrinth as you search for clues and earn a chocolate surprise at the end of your hunt. Sir Thomas Tresham loved hidden riddles and mysterious codes, and he designed his lodge and gardens at Lyveden with secret messages hidden in plain sight. This year, Bunny has been following in Tresham’s footsteps and has been busy hiding clues across our. Booking Not Needed. A National Trust Event – Gates open 10:30. Start 11:00. End 16:00. Easter Egg Hunt. Head to Visitor Reception for admissions and Easter Egg Hunts. For more details please phone the contact 01832 205158.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Egg decorating at Tiger, Queensgate shopping Centre. Looking for something fun to do with the kids this Easter? Bring them along to Tiger to take part in their egg decorating event. All supplies will be provided by Tiger and there will be a prize for the best decorated.

Easter Children’s Travelling Post Office with Ronnie Rabbit – Nene Valley Railway. Ronnie the Easter Rabbit was sitting at Yarwell watching Postie Pete’s mail train exchange big bags of mail from a moving train. It gave him an idea! He wants to try and swap the mail bags for Easter Eggs that he can give out to all the boys and girls who come to visit him. Look out for the Golden Egg for a chance to win prizes! £8 for adults and £5 for children, These can only be purchased on the day at Booking offices. A further ticket will be required for further travel to Peterborough. Discounted fares are available for rover fares to travel to Peterborough.

Easter Egg Hunt – Serpentine Green Shopping Centre. Grab a trail map from the hub outside of Boots from 12pm – 5pm, and try to find the chocolate eggs hidden within some of our stores. We promise it’s an Easter egg-stravaganza you won’t want to miss! See you there.

Rollers Roller-Skating Family Fun – Werrington Leisure Centre. 5.00pm-8.00pm. Loved by children and adults alike, the award-winning Rollers roller-skating sessions are a popular family activity and great fun for all! These fun sessions offer great lighting, music and atmosphere where both children and adults can enjoy skating to the latest music. So if you love mixing fun and music come along to these energy-filled sessions.

Sunday 27th March – (Please check to confirm these as it is Easter Sunday)

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Cadbury Easter egg Hunt – Lyveden (Nr Oundle) Discover our spiral mounts, woods and labyrinth as you search for clues and earn a chocolate surprise at the end of your hunt. Sir Thomas Tresham loved hidden riddles and mysterious codes, and he designed his lodge and gardens at Lyveden with secret messages hidden in plain sight. This year, Bunny has been following in Tresham’s footsteps and has been busy hiding clues across our. Booking Not Needed. A National Trust Event – Gates open 10:30. Start 11:00. End 16:00. Easter Egg Hunt. Head to Visitor Reception for admissions and Easter Egg Hunts. For more details please phone the contact 01832 205158.

Easter Egg Hunt at Peckover House and Gardens NT, Wisbech. Enjoy the Easter weekend at Peckover with a children’s trail, sponsored by Cadbury. Trail runs from 11am – 4pm. Trail costs £2.50 in addition to the normal admission cost.

Big Bunny Hunt – Sacrewell Farm. The Big Bunny Hunt at Sacrewell is one of the highlights of the calendar and this year we’ve burrowed a little deeper to make it a great family day out. New for this year, the hunt will be on foot across the whole site from 25-27 March, ending at the bunny’s warren where successful adventurers can collect their delicious prize. Cost £3 on top of normal admission price. 09:30am to 5pm.

Easter Egg hunt – Barnwell Country park. Run,skip or hop around the park looking for Easter eggs. Can you find the Golden Egg? Free event. Starts at the visitors centre. 2pm-3pm.

Easter Children’s Travelling Post Office with Ronnie Rabbit – Nene Valley Railway. Ronnie the Easter Rabbit was sitting at Yarwell watching Postie Pete’s mail train exchange big bags of mail from a moving train. It gave him an idea! He wants to try and swap the mail bags for Easter Eggs that he can give out to all the boys and girls who come to visit him. Look out for the Golden Egg for a chance to win prizes! £8 for adults and £5 for children, These can only be purchased on the day at Booking offices. A further ticket will be required for further travel to Peterborough. Discounted fares are available for rover fares to travel to Peterborough.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Monday 28th March

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Cadbury Easter egg Hunt – Lyveden (Nr Oundle) Discover our spiral mounts, woods and labyrinth as you search for clues and earn a chocolate surprise at the end of your hunt. Sir Thomas Tresham loved hidden riddles and mysterious codes, and he designed his lodge and gardens at Lyveden with secret messages hidden in plain sight. This year, Bunny has been following in Tresham’s footsteps and has been busy hiding clues across our. Booking Not Needed. A National Trust Event – Gates open 10:30. Start 11:00. End 16:00. Easter Egg Hunt. Head to Visitor Reception for admissions and Easter Egg Hunts. For more details please phone the contact 01832 205158.

Geocache Egg Hunt – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Tradition meets technology in this fun easter egg hunt.  Use GPS technology to look for the eggs hidden around Ferry Meadows and claim your prize at the end. 10:30am-12:00noon and 1:30pm-3:00pm. Booking is essential.  Please telephone 01733 234193 to book a place. £5. Suitable for age 5+.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Easter Children’s Travelling Post Office with Ronnie Rabbit – Nene Valley Railway. Ronnie the Easter Rabbit was sitting at Yarwell watching Postie Pete’s mail train exchange big bags of mail from a moving train. It gave him an idea! He wants to try and swap the mail bags for Easter Eggs that he can give out to all the boys and girls who come to visit him. Look out for the Golden Egg for a chance to win prizes! £8 for adults and £5 for children, These can only be purchased on the day at Booking offices. A further ticket will be required for further travel to Peterborough. Discounted fares are available for rover fares to travel to Peterborough.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Egg hunt – Barnwell Country park. Run,skip or hop around the park looking for Easter eggs. Can you find the Golden Egg? Free event. Starts at the visitors centre. 2pm-3pm.

Big Bunny Hunt – Sacrewell Farm. The Big Bunny Hunt at Sacrewell is one of the highlights of the calendar and this year we’ve burrowed a little deeper to make it a great family day out. New for this year, the hunt will be on foot across the whole site from 25-27 March, ending at the bunny’s warren where successful adventurers can collect their delicious prize. Cost £3 on top of normal admission price. 09:30am to 5pm.

Easter Egg Hunt at Peckover House and Gardens NT, Wisbech. Enjoy the Easter weekend at Peckover with a children’s trail, sponsored by Cadbury. Trail runs from 11am – 4pm. Trail costs £2.50 in addition to the normal admission cost.

Tuesday 29th March

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Going on a bear hunt – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Bring your own teddy bear and join our rangers on a bear hunt around Ferry Meadows to find Barney the Bear. 10:30am-12:00noon or 1:30pm-3:00pm. Age 3+. Booking is essential.  Please telephone 01733 234193 to book a place. £5.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully youll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Easter Story Time – Central Library. 10:30am. Come along to your local library for our special Easter-themed story times. Storytelling will be followed by a simple craft. No need to book, just pop in and enjoy! Suitable for ages five and under, accompanied by an adult.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Time Travellers Returns! – Peterborough Museum – In the return of last year’s hugely popular Time Travellers!, join us this Easter for a workshop with a difference! Try your hand at making witch bottles to ward off evil like the Stuarts, recreate Georgian healing waters and turn modern-day celebrities into Victorian silhouettes – and discover how we know about these curious activities from the past! £5 per child, accompanying adults free. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book call 01733 864 663.teddy-bear-797577_1920

Wednesday 30th March

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Wild Wednesday – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Children and adults are welcome to come and join in some seasonal and wild crafts. 10:00am-2:00pm. This event takes place indoors and is suitable for all abilities. Cost -Free.  Suggested donation £2.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Time Travellers Returns! – Peterborough Museum – In the return of last year’s hugely popular Time Travellers!, join us this Easter for a workshop with a difference! Try your hand at making witch bottles to ward off evil like the Stuarts, recreate Georgian healing waters and turn modern-day celebrities into Victorian silhouettes – and discover how we know about these curious activities from the past! £5 per child, accompanying adults free. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book call 01733 864 663.

Thursday 31st March

Easter Craft Afternoon. Barnwell Country Park – Come to the visitor centre and join the Ranger for an Easter themed craft session. £2 per child. 1pm-3pm £2 per child

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Build a Scarecrow – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Come to Ferry Meadows and build a traditional scarecrow. Frames, stuffing and clothes will be provided.  However, if you wish to bring along some unwanted clothes to dress your scarecrow that is fine! A prize will be given for the best dressed scarecrow. 11:15am-12:15pm.Booking is essential.  Please telephone 01733 234193 to book a place.

Easter Story Time – Orton Library. 10:00am. Come along to your local library for our special Easter-themed story times. Storytelling will be followed by a simple craft. No need to book, just pop in and enjoy! Suitable for ages five and under, accompanied by an adult.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Time Travellers Returns! – Peterborough Museum – In the return of last year’s hugely popular Time Travellers!, join us this Easter for a workshop with a difference! Try your hand at making witch bottles to ward off evil like the Stuarts, recreate Georgian healing waters and turn modern-day celebrities into Victorian silhouettes – and discover how we know about these curious activities from the past! £5 per child, accompanying adults free. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book call 01733 864 663.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Friday 1st April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully youll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Story Time – Werrington Library. 10:00am. Come along to your local library for our special Easter-themed story times. Storytelling will be followed by a simple craft. No need to book, just pop in and enjoy! Suitable for ages five and under, accompanied by an adult.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize)

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Saturday 2nd April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully youll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

The Tortoise and the Hare – Key Theatre. 2pm, 4pm & 6pm. £10 Full Price, £7.50 Children, £32 Family Ticket (inc fees) ollowing the sell-out successes of Ugly Duckling, Three Little Pigs and Elves & the Shoemaker and the TV adaptations for CBeebies, Northern Ballet bring their magic to Tortoise & the Hare. Bringing this much-loved Aesop’s fable to life, Tortoise & the Hare is the perfect opportunity for your little ones to enjoy live ballet, music and theatre. These child friendly performances last approximately 40 minutes.

Rollers Roller-Skating Family Fun – Werrington Leisure Centre. 5.00pm-8.00pm. Loved by children and adults alike, the award-winning Rollers roller-skating sessions are a popular family activity and great fun for all! These fun sessions offer great lighting, music and atmosphere where both children and adults can enjoy skating to the latest music. So if you love mixing fun and music come along to these energy-filled sessions.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Medieval Outlaws – Longthorpe Tower. It’s 1327 and marauding brigands are attacking Longthorpe Tower! 10am – 5pm (last entry 4pm)Robert Thorpe, who built the impressive Tower, has failed to take precautions and has been imprisoned and held for ransom. Will he get out alive? Will the brigands make off with his fortune? Come and meet these medieval outlaws – and see them storm the Tower daily at 11am and 2pm – if you dare! There’s no need to book for this event, just drop in. For more information call 01733 864663 or email longthorpe.tower@vivacity-peterborough.com. Adults £4, Concessions £3, Families £10. English Heritage members receive a 20% discount on admission.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Jingle Jangle Jungle – Bretton Library. The Jingle Jangle Jungle is full of jingle jangle creatures who love jingle jangling. But, when the Tiger makes a huge journey all the way from India to visit his cousin the Lion King, the Jingle Jangle Jungle creatures feel a little uneasy as they are afraid of the Tiger. Friends of Bretton Library need the help of young explorers to find all the jingle jangle creatures hiding in the library so they can all be involved in the Grand Jingle Jangle of the Year celebration. Suitable for children aged 4 – 11 years. 12 noon – 1.30pm. Tickets £3. All proceeds go to the Friends of Bretton Library.

lamb-1200539_1920Sunday 3rd April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Inflatable Zorbs Family Fun – Regional Swimming fitness and swimming centre -2pm – 6pm or Jack Hunt pool and gym 1pm – 3pm. Come along to Peterborough’s most exciting pool session, guaranteed to leave the kids smiling! A unique twist on your Sunday family swim, you and the kids can enjoy the giant inflatables and floats.

Rollers Roller-Skating Family Fun – Bushfield Leisure Centre. 10.00am-1.00pm. Loved by children and adults alike, the award-winning Rollers roller-skating sessions are a popular family activity and great fun for all! These fun sessions offer great lighting, music and atmosphere where both children and adults can enjoy skating to the latest music. So if you love mixing fun and music come along to these energy-filled sessions.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Medieval Outlaws – Longthorpe Tower. It’s 1327 and marauding brigands are attacking Longthorpe Tower! 10am – 5pm (last entry 4pm)Robert Thorpe, who built the impressive Tower, has failed to take precautions and has been imprisoned and held for ransom. Will he get out alive? Will the brigands make off with his fortune? Come and meet these medieval outlaws – and see them storm the Tower daily at 11am and 2pm – if you dare! There’s no need to book for this event, just drop in. For more information call 01733 864663 or email longthorpe.tower@vivacity-peterborough.com. Adults £4, Concessions £3, Families £10. English Heritage members receive a 20% discount on admission.

Monday 4th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Exploring Easter at Peterborough Cathedral. Follow the trail around the Cathedral as the Easter story unfolds and collect things to make your own Easter wristband or necklace, ending in the New Building where you can make Easter-inspired crafts to take home: paint a stained glass window; make a miniature Easter garden; decorate an Easter-egg candle. 11:30-15:00 FREE trail and wristband. Other crafts, £3 per person. Children and adults of all ages welcome.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Tuesday 5th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Exploring Easter at Peterborough Cathedral. Follow the trail around the Cathedral as the Easter story unfolds and collect things to make your own Easter wristband or necklace, ending in the New Building where you can make Easter-inspired crafts to take home: paint a stained glass window; make a miniature Easter garden; decorate an Easter-egg candle. 11:30-15:00 FREE trail and wristband. Other crafts, £3 per person. Children and adults of all ages welcome.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Time Travellers Returns! – Peterborough Museum – In the return of last year’s hugely popular Time Travellers!, join us this Easter for a workshop with a difference! Try your hand at making witch bottles to ward off evil like the Stuarts, recreate Georgian healing waters and turn modern-day celebrities into Victorian silhouettes – and discover how we know about these curious activities from the past! £5 per child, accompanying adults free. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book call 01733 864 663.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Alice in Wonderland Tea Party – Baytree Garden Centre cafe. Join Alice in the Hop-In Restaurant at Baytree Garden Centre for the Mad Hatters Tea Party at 2.45pm Includes children’s tea and character meet and greet. See booking page for details and availability. £4.

Wednesday 6th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Exploring Easter at Peterborough Cathedral. Follow the trail around the Cathedral as the Easter story unfolds and collect things to make your own Easter wristband or necklace, ending in the New Building where you can make Easter-inspired crafts to take home: paint a stained glass window; make a miniature Easter garden; decorate an Easter-egg candle. 11:30-15:00 FREE trail and wristband. Other crafts, £3 per person. Children and adults of all ages welcome.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Wild Wednesday – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Children and adults are welcome to come and join in some seasonal and wild crafts. 10:00am-2:00pm. This event takes place indoors and is suitable for all abilities. Cost – free.  Suggested donation £2.

Easter Story Time – Hampton Library. 3:30pm. Come along to your local library for our special Easter-themed story times. Storytelling will be followed by a simple craft. No need to book, just pop in and enjoy! Suitable for ages five and under, accompanied by an adult.

Time Travellers Returns! – Peterborough Museum – In the return of last year’s hugely popular Time Travellers!, join us this Easter for a workshop with a difference! Try your hand at making witch bottles to ward off evil like the Stuarts, recreate Georgian healing waters and turn modern-day celebrities into Victorian silhouettes – and discover how we know about these curious activities from the past! £5 per child, accompanying adults free. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book call 01733 864 663.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Alice in Wonderland Tea Party – Baytree Garden Centre cafe. Join Alice in the Hop-In Restaurant at Baytree Garden Centre for the Mad Hatters Tea Party at 2.45pm Includes children’s tea and character meet and greet. See booking page for details and availability. £4.

Thursday 7th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Exploring Easter at Peterborough Cathedral. Follow the trail around the Cathedral as the Easter story unfolds and collect things to make your own Easter wristband or necklace, ending in the New Building where you can make Easter-inspired crafts to take home: paint a stained glass window; make a miniature Easter garden; decorate an Easter-egg candle. 11:30-15:00 FREE trail and wristband. Other crafts, £3 per person. Children and adults of all ages welcome.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Story Time – Bretton Library. 11:00am. Come along to your local library for our special Easter-themed story times. Storytelling will be followed by a simple craft. No need to book, just pop in and enjoy! Suitable for ages five and under, accompanied by an adult.

Time Travellers Returns! – Peterborough Museum – In the return of last year’s hugely popular Time Travellers!, join us this Easter for a workshop with a difference! Try your hand at making witch bottles to ward off evil like the Stuarts, recreate Georgian healing waters and turn modern-day celebrities into Victorian silhouettes – and discover how we know about these curious activities from the past! £5 per child, accompanying adults free. Booking is essential as spaces are limited. To book call 01733 864 663.

The Tale of Peter Rabbit – Craft Activity with Family Learning. Central Library. FREE. Suitable for ages 4 and over, accompanied by an adult. Come along and help us celebrate the wonderful stories of Beatrix Potter. Families can listen to the story and experience Peter Rabbit’s adventures in Mr McGregor’s garden. Then create your own Peter Rabbit puppet or collage to take home. Drop in between 2pm and 5pm – no need to book.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Alice in Wonderland Tea Party – Baytree Garden Centre cafe. Join Alice in the Hop-In Restaurant at Baytree Garden Centre for the Mad Hatters Tea Party at 2.45pm Includes children’s tea and character meet and greet. See booking page for details and availability. £4.

Friday 8th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Exploring Easter at Peterborough Cathedral. Follow the trail around the Cathedral as the Easter story unfolds and collect things to make your own Easter wristband or necklace, ending in the New Building where you can make Easter-inspired crafts to take home: paint a stained glass window; make a miniature Easter garden; decorate an Easter-egg candle. 11:30-15:00 FREE trail and wristband. Other crafts, £3 per person. Children and adults of all ages welcome.

Being Crafty – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. A craft dabble, make a range of different crafts to take home or give as a gift. Aimed at 5-12 year olds. 10:30 – 12:30. Booking is essential. Please telephone 01733 234193 to book a place. £3 per person.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Saturday 9th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Rollers Roller-Skating Family Fun – Werrington Leisure Centre. 5.00pm-8.00pm. Loved by children and adults alike, the award-winning Rollers roller-skating sessions are a popular family activity and great fun for all! These fun sessions offer great lighting, music and atmosphere where both children and adults can enjoy skating to the latest music. So if you love mixing fun and music come along to these energy-filled sessions.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Georgian Family Tea Party – Peterborough Museum. Bring the family to the Museum for a tea party with a twist! With Georgian parlour games, a family trail, biscuit decorating and take-home crafts, plus a fabulous tea party lunch, you’ll feel like the owners of Priestgate Mansion in no time! Admission: £10 per person; booking is essential as places are strictly limited. To book call 01733 864 663.

Must Farm comes to Flag Fen – This Easter, head to Flag Fen for an archaeological extravaganza! Branded ‘Britain’s Pompeii’ in recent media, a fire 3,000 years ago preserved an extraordinary site on Flag Fen’s doorstep – Must Farm. Meet the archaeologists currently digging the site and hear about their amazing discoveries which are changing our view of the Bronze Age. Handle Bronze Age artefacts, see finds from Must Farm and discover how it relates to Flag Fen. Plus with our ‘Big Dig Tent’ and craft activities for budding archaeologists, there’ll be archaeological fun for all the family! There’s no need to book for this event, just drop in. Tickets are £8, £5 Concessions, £20 Families (2 adults & 2 children) 10am – 5pm (last entry 4pm).

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Sunday 10th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Quiz Trail – Barnwell Country Park. Pick up a quiz sheet from the café. £2 per quiz pack includes a small prize. Follow the clues around the park to answer the questions. 10am-3.30pm £2 per quiz pack (includes a small prize).

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Alice in Wonderland at Baytree Theatre. Based on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Meet your favourite characters in this fast moving interactive show for all the family. All tickets £5.  Various show times, see booking for details and availability.

Inflatable Zorbs Family Fun – Regional Swimming fitness and swimming centre -2pm – 6pm or Jack Hunt pool and gym 1pm – 3pm. Come along to Peterborough’s most exciting pool session, guaranteed to leave the kids smiling! A unique twist on your Sunday family swim, you and the kids can enjoy the giant inflatables and floats.

Must Farm comes to Flag Fen – This Easter, head to Flag Fen for an archaeological extravaganza! Branded ‘Britain’s Pompeii’ in recent media, a fire 3,000 years ago preserved an extraordinary site on Flag Fen’s doorstep – Must Farm. Meet the archaeologists currently digging the site and hear about their amazing discoveries which are changing our view of the Bronze Age. Handle Bronze Age artefacts, see finds from Must Farm and discover how it relates to Flag Fen. Plus with our ‘Big Dig Tent’ and craft activities for budding archaeologists, there’ll be archaeological fun for all the family! There’s no need to book for this event, just drop in. Tickets are £8, £5 Concessions, £20 Families (2 adults & 2 children) 10am – 5pm (last entry 4pm).

Monday 11th April

Easter Trail – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Collect a trail sheet from the Visitor Centre then hunt for clues as you walk around Ferry Meadows.  Return to the Visitor Centre to claim your prize. 10:00am-2:30pm. Suitable for all ages, no need to book, just turn up. £0.50 per entry (one prize per entry).

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

Easter Holiday Fun at Pigeons Farm – With easter egg hunts throughout the day there will be plenty of fun activities on the farm, such as tractor and trailer rides, egg collecting and see all the new arrivals; baby lambs, guinea pigs, rabbits and chicks. Hopefully you’ll be able to bottle feed some lambs too. Details to be confirmed.

Tuesday 12th April

Discover Wild Food  – Nene Park / Ferry Meadows. Get tips on collecting and identifying wild food. 1:30pm-3:00pm. Suitable for age 12+ Booking is essential.  Please telephone 01733 234193 to book a place. Cost – free.  Suggested donation £2.

Spring into Scarewell – Sacrewell Farm. This year we’ll be introducing visitors to the pets in our Animal Village and allowing some handling of our rabbits, Guinea pigs and chicks. And we’re also expecting a litter of piglets during the spring too. Lamb feeding times are 10.30am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm every day.

 

***I have spent hours researching these events but I cannot be held responsible for misinformation or cancelled events. Please click on the links provided with each event to check the details or cancellations.  I would hate for you to be disappointed***  
 

Mr and Mrs T Plus Three

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6 Comments

  • Reply Chelle March 15, 2016 at 9:14 pm

    What an amazing selection of events! I’m a big fan of Easter egg decoration so would def go for that!

    • Reply Leslie Rickerby March 15, 2016 at 9:38 pm

      Me too! I want to do all the crafty things! haha 🙂

  • Reply Hayley McLean March 15, 2016 at 10:03 pm

    Ahh there’s so much to do!! I wish I lived closer! I need to check out our local events, thanks for the inspiration! 🙂 x

    • Reply Leslie Rickerby March 15, 2016 at 10:47 pm

      It’s really worth having a dig around to see what you can find. even in local shopping centres.

  • Reply You Baby Me Mummy March 24, 2016 at 7:49 pm

    Wow! I have no words! What an amazing list! Thanks for linking up to #TheList x

    • Reply Leslie Rickerby March 24, 2016 at 10:36 pm

      Hehe, I do try!

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