With the Easter holidays upon some of us (and just around the corner for others), we’ve rounded up some activities to help keep you entertained.
There are many egg hunts around the three counties this Easter, here’s a pick at a few that caught our eye…
The Golden Goose Hunt at Ashridge House
Can you help find the Golden Goose? There have been sightings all around the grounds of Ashridge House and mysterious golden eggs appearing. Running from 10th to 22nd April, help solve the mystery and find the Golden Goose.
Easter Discovery Trail
The Rectory Lane Cemetery and Age UK Dacorum have teamed up with Lizzie Martell Illustration to bring you a delightful spring activity. The Easter Discovery Trail will take place at the Rectory Lane Cemetery, a beautiful green space in the centre of Berkhamsted.
Easter Egg Trail at Peterley Manor Farm
Peterley Manor Farm will be running a number of Easter Egg hunts in the gardens of the Barn Kitchen Cafe from 12th to 14th April.
Easter Trails & Egg Hunts at the Farm
We are blessed with many activity farms in the local areas, and many are running Easter Egg trails this year – including Willows Activity Farm, Mead Open Farm, Woodside Animal Farm and Thrift Farm.
Easter at Home
If you’re looking for activities to keep you busy at home, or fancy getting crafty here’s a few ideas to help…
Easter Decorations from Hello Ruth
Bergin and Bath Easter Craft Kits
Bergin and Bath have a great range of craft kits to complete at home, including these needle felted Easter Eggs and Chicken Egg Cosy.
This idea from Resolve to Play is great for helping to keep the kids entertained and a great answer when they say “I’m bored”. To help you create your own, Susie also has a download of 21 free things to do at home available on her website.
Whatever you get up to this Easter, I hope it’s a fun filled one! Remember to tag us on Instagram and we’ll share your fun Easter pics to our Stories!