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Easter Holiday Activities Around Whaddon

Date: April 4, 2016 Author: Bumpkins Team Categories: #TheBumpkinsDifference, Great Outdoors, Things to make and do

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There’s plenty of fun activities on over the Easter school holidays for young families in the area around Whaddon.

Here’s our Bumpkins pick of things to do this Easter.  Click the title of the event to find out more details!

Wimpolena the Wimpole goose laid some eggs and they have hatched, but the naughty goslings have run off into the pleasure grounds looking for chocolate eggs. Find the goslings, spell the magic word, and claim your own Cadbury’s Easter chocolatey prize! Normal admission charge applies plus £2 charge for trail booklet.

Enjoy free, fun activities for families during the school holidays. Enjoy a variety of sports equipment, arts and crafts materials, a beach area, a big paint area, dressing up, under 5s fun, face painting, inflatables and more

The Yarnsmith of Norwich will be storytelling, plus there will be tile painting led by Glazed Creations. Admission free, £3 per child for tile-painting.
Royston & District Museum and Art Gallery, 5 Lower King Street SG8 5AL Contact 01763 242587

This Saturday 9th April, come along between 10.30am-5pm to celebrate the arrival of spring as new-born lambs frolic in the fields. Head to Home Farm to meet the rare breed ewes and lambs and if you’re lucky you may see a live birth. Children can learn more about lambing from the farm staff. Normal admission applies.

This 3k fun run on Royston Heath is a great way to get your older child outdoors on Sunday 17th April at 10.30am

It’s fun, playful and interactive show that will get the whole family drawing, and dancing, doodling and story-telling together. Help turn a giant piece of paper into a delightfully anarchic world populated by crazy birds, dancing pirates, and a man who speaks in bubbles!  It’s organised by Creative Royston, tickets from www.ticketsource.co.uk £8/£5 (concessions) Royston Town Hall, Melbourn Street Saturday 23rd April, 1pm and 3pm