The Easter holidays are almost upon us, and while most of the break will be spent eating hot cross buns and chocolate eggs, we’ve rounded up some other ways to keep your little bunnies occupied, on the cheap!
Easter is a perfect time to get crafty. Think beyond egg decorating and bonnet making, and try these 15 easy Easter crafts to keep little hands busy . We particularly like these paper cup bunnies and chicks.
Burn off the sugar rush by hunting for more chocolate! Search Blaise Castle House Museum and Gardens to find hidden clues in their free Eggcellent Easter egg hunt. There's a chocolate egg for every child who completes the trail.
If it's possible to get sick of Easter eggs, then At-Bristol have a choc-free alternative with their free outdoor screening of 'The BoxTrolls'. Bring a picnic and watch the film on the big screen in Millennium Square.
In South Gloucestershire, the libraries have an action packed programme of events throughout the Easter holidays. including themed storytimes, rhymetimes and crafts.
How are you planning to spend the Easter holidays? Got any tips for free or low-cost activities? Share them with us on Twitter or Facebook.
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