The Marygreen Manor Guide To Easter In Essex

Easter In Essex

Easter In Essex

Easter weekend will soon be upon us and what better way to spend it than by exploring Essex, as well as the local area surrounding Marygreen Manor, and all it has to offer. There are a number of events going on, some have even been taking place since the very beginning of April to get everyone in the mood for Easter and here, to make things easier for you, is the Marygreen Manor top pick!

First up, we have the fabulous Easter Egg Hunt at the Abberton Reservoir Visitor Centre in Colchester. This looks set to be a fun session for all the family where you and the little ones get to explore the nature reserve through an eggciting (see what we did there) Easter egg hunt through the reservoir. The Easter bunny has been extra kind and left a few goodies for the little ones to find, guaranteed to keep them occupied while you take in the beautiful scenery. Running from 10:30am to 3pm, we advise you give them a call beforehand to make sure there’s a space available.

Colchester it would seem is the hub of Easter Egg Hunts with the Beth Chatto Gardens Easter egg hunt too in Elmstead Market. For those who simply love their gardening and flowers, this could be the perfect location giving you a chance to take in the beautiful gardens and enjoy the spring blooms while the little ones (or the not so little ones) go off in search of chocolate. With adults costing £6.95 and children a mere £1.50 or free if you book online before you arrive, it’s one you can’t afford to miss.

Last but most certainly not least we’ve got the fabulous Hopefield Animal Sanctuary who’ll be hosting their very own Easter egg hunt which promises not only fabulous chocolate for the kids but an array of stalls, inflatables, live music, animal handling and even the amazing Crazy Legs providing entertainment just for the kids. We think it’s safe to say, Easter in Essex looks set to be super exciting for the kids (and big kids) of the family.

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