With Easter weekend fast approaching (30th March – 2nd April) and the local school holidays this year falling the two weeks afterwards, here is a list of 10 things to do in the Kettering area. Whether you’re looking for a family event or something for adults, there should be plenty of activities of interest. Click on the links in red to find out more about the events.
Activities for families
Head to Kettering town centre for an egg-cellent egg and word hunt over the Easter school holidays. Pick up a map and word search from the Manor House Museum for 50p and follow the clues to find the 15 Easter eggs that have been hidden in various locations in the town centre. Each egg has a word that is hidden in the word search on your map. When you’ve finished, return your map and collect a delicious sweet treat from ‘The Shop’ on Gold Street. One lucky participant will win Easter surprises thanks to the participating stores. Tuesday 3rd – Saturday 14th April, 10am – 4pm
Wicky Bear has been very mischievous and he has hidden some huge Easter shapes in the Park and he wants all the boys and girls to help him find them! Entry is £3 per child and every entry receives an Easter gift. Collect your map from a Wicksteed Park Ticket Office. Every Day from 29 March to 15 April.
Head to Kettering Museum & Art Gallery and let your imagination run wild at our Lego Play Day. Come along and make your own creations and see if your model is a winner! Lego provided. Friday 6th April, 11am – 3pm.
Throughout the Easter school holidays West Lodge Rural Centre have lots of fun activities for you to enjoy. On Easter Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday you can take part in the Easter Quiz, follow clues around the farm which will lead you to the Easter Bunny in his Easter garden and receive an Easter egg, paint an egg, take part in the egg and spoon race and egg painting competition. Friday 30th March – Monday 2nd April.