28 Mar 2013
So, as many of the staff at Bishop's Move are parents of children of varying ages, we've come up with these great, affordable ideas for entertaining your children this Easter.
1. Take part in a Cadbury Easter Egg Trail at one of the 250 locations across England from the 29th March to the 1st April. The trail is guaranteed to keep your kids busy, whilst you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the National Trust property you are visiting.
2. Feeling artistic? Then visit the National Gallery on a Sunday and take part in their Family Workshops. The Gallery hosts drawing sessions for 5-11 year olds and undertakes family walk and talks. Whilst pre-school children can enjoy a magic-carpet ride and story to a different painting each week. (Not available Easter Sunday)
3. Celebrate the Harvest Spring at the Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival from the 28th March to the 3rd April. One of it's highlights is the dedicated children's festival as well as live cookery demonstrations.
4. Feel nautical at Spring on the Waterfront with 10 days of events in Liverpool, both on land and water, from the 29th April to the 8th May.
5. And if you are looking for something a little different to do, you can create your very own stamps at the British Library's Easter Holiday Family Workshop from the 9th - 11th April.
If you are in Oxford on Easter Friday (29th March), then why not come down to Broad Street and see the 40 historic vehicles that are taking part in the Centenary Cavalcade from 10.30 am to 4pm.
And if you are still looking for something to do, then enter our free Easter Egg competition to win a box full of delicious Easter eggs delivered direct to your door - so that you can create your own Easter Egg Hunt at home.