Top 4 Things to do in Gloucestershire This Easter

March 23, 2016

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Whether you live in Gloucestershire, or are coming over just for the Easter holidays, there’s plenty to do in our beautiful home county. From munching on delicious treats, to making friends with cute animals, we’ve put together a list of the very best things to do in Gloucestershire this Easter.

 

Visit CountryTastic 

CountryTastic

On 31st March, CountryTastic will be hosting a range of fun activities for the whole family. Upon entry, you and your kids will be given a free goody bag, and will have the chance to meet local farm animals, ride ponies, and pet dogs, rabbits and cute birds. There will also be bouncy castles, plenty of food, livestock shows and even the odd celebrity (BBC Countryfile’s Adam Henson!). So whatever the weather, make sure you head down to CountryTastic for a day your family will love.

Eat deep-fried Creme Eggs with us!

Yep, that’s right, once again we’re deep-frying our all-time favourite Easter treat, the Cadbury Creme Egg.Throughout the Easter period, we’ll offering up this ooey-gooey treat for just £1, with half of the proceeds going to a local charity. So come and bring your kiddies and friends – it’s an Easter indulgence that can’t be missed. Yum!

Burn off the extra choc

Throughout the Easter holiday, Cheltenham’s Leisure Centre will be hosting a variety fun activities for both adults and children. From Zumba classes for aspiring dancers, to junior badminton, swimming and trampolining, there’s going to be plenty to do. Plus, once you’ve burnt off all the chocolate eggs you’ve eaten, you’ll be able to eat some Simpsons fish and chips completely guilt-free.

Mad Hatter’s Easter Fun Day

MadHatter

Enjoy an Easter with a twist at Sudeley Castle’s Mad Hatter’s Easter Fun Day. On top of exploring the owlery and willows maze, you’ll have the chance to take part in a chocolate hunt, flower crafts and a Mad Hatter-themed tea party. Under 15s will also have the opportunity to win their family a 12-month pass to the castle, by taking part in the Mad Hatter’s Bonnet Competition. Phew – sounds like there’s plenty to keep you and your little ones busy.

Feeling inspired?

Gloucestershire is a beautiful part of the UK, and we’re immensely proud of our connection to this beautiful county. If our guide has got you inspired to explore Gloucestershire this Easter, make sure you head on over to our brand new restaurant for a delicious sit down meal of fish and chips.