Sunny

Sunny

max temp: 6°C

min temp: 1°C

Search

10 ways to see Easter bunnies, chicks and eggs in East Anglia

PUBLISHED: 08:47 14 April 2017 | UPDATED: 08:50 14 April 2017

A giant duck hunt is currently on at WWT Welney. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A giant duck hunt is currently on at WWT Welney. Picture: Matthew Usher.

© ARCHANT NORFOLK 2016

1 An Easter trail around Whitlingham Country Park, near Norwich, finishes with the chance to make a gift-box for your mini egg prize.

But first, today, Friday, April 7, there is Easter basket craft and willow weaving down at Whitlingham. Then on Thursday, April 13, the epic Easter egg adventure, from 10am to 3pm, involves completing a trail around Whitlingham. £1 per participant. Booking essential on 01603 756094 or 01603 610734.

www.broads-authority.gov.uk

2 The White Rabbit Easter Trail runs along the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway until Monday, April 17.

Hop aboard the White Rabbit Easter Trail and join Alice in Wonderland to hunt for clues.

Standard fares apply. Four years and under free.

www.wellswalsinghamrailway.co.uk

3 There is another chance to meet the magical characters from Alice in Wonderland at The Apex in Bury St Edmunds on Monday, April 10.

The Easter pantomime is a whirlwind trip around Wonderland. Watch as Alice has tea with the Mad Hatter and avoids losing her head to the Queen of Hearts. The fast-paced show from TaleGate Theatre features pop songs, magic, puppets and more.

www.theapex.co.uk

4 Make Easter gifts for your family at Minsmere Nature Reserve, in coastal north Suffolk, on Wednesday, April 12, and discover more about Minsmere’s spring wildlife on a fun nature ramble. The first walk begins at 11am and the day runs from 10am to 4pm.

£2 per child per activity, or £3 for both activities, plus reserve entry fees. Book on the day.

www.rspb.org.uk

5 What came first: the chicken or the egg? At Yarmouth’s Elizabethan House Museum it was the egg.

Eggstraordinary Birds! is an arts and craft event on Monday, April 10.

Create your own miniature birds between 11am and 4pm. Included in admission price.

events.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

6 Welney Wetland Centre has a GIANT Duck Hunt. Track down the huge yellow ducks across the reserve, until Monday, April 17. The ducks are scattered across the picturesque reserve and as families hunt them down they can pause for some pond dipping, use an explorer backpack to spot some of the first insects of spring and find out more about the wildlife by following trails.

There is also an arts and 
crafts room. Activities included 
in admission, 9.30am - 5pm 
daily.

www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/welney

7 There is Easter fun for all the family at Strumpshaw Fen nature reserve. Complete the wild challenges, find the Easter eggs to win a chocolate reward, 10am to 5pm from tomorrow, Saturday, April 8, to Monday, April 17. Adults £3.50, children (5-17years) £1.50, one child per family free. Plus £2 per trail sheet.

www.rspb.org.uk/strumpshawfen

8 Enjoy an Easter Egg Rolling Eggs-travaganza at High Woods Country Park, Turner Road, Colchester, on Wednesday, April 12 from 10am to noon. There is an egg hunt, Easter themed games, an obstacle course and the chance to create your own Easter eggs to race down the hill.

Suitable for children aged five and over, £4.30 per child.

www.visitcolchester.com

9 At Bewilderwood, near Wroxham, Cedric Bunny has been busy in his burrow preparing loads of chocolatey treats for the Boggles and Twiggles who live in the surrounding woodland.

Special children’s Easter activities run from 10am to 5.30pm until Bank Holiday Monday, April 17, alongside all the fun of the Bewilderwood tree houses, slides, zip wires, boats, den-building and more.

www.bewilderwood.co.uk

10 Rabbits have invaded Thetford’s Ancient House Museum. Find the bunnies and win a small prize in the Hopping Mad! Drop-in event at the museum until tomorrow, Saturday, April 8. 10am to 5pm.

www.events.museums.norfolk.gov.uk

New car spaces in east Suffolk are being marketed for £20,000-£45,000 – reigniting debates on parking and affordability.

The reading SATs results have been annulled at one of Ipswich’s best-performing primary schools after several words taught in the classroom appeared on the test.

A father-of-eight wept in court after being spared an immediate jail sentence following a “lunatic” high-speed police chase in a residential area of Colchester.

Optimism in Suffolk’s tourism industry remains buoyant despite economic uncertainties linked with Brexit negotiations, a report has found.

An appeal court defeat and the search for missing airman Corrie McKeague have contributed to the more than twofold increase of Suffolk Constabulary’s predicted overspend for 2017/2018.

Essex Police has apologised for a social media post that appeared to support domestic abuse victims staying with their partners.

The number of complaints against police has returned to normal levels following a sudden 26pc spike.

Most read

Eating Out in the Broads

cover

Click here to view
the Eating Out
supplement

View

Visit the Broads

cover

Click here to view
the Visit the Broads
supplement

View

London Boat Show 2018

cover

Click here to view
London Boat
Show supplement

View

Show Job Lists

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter
MyDate24 MyPhotos24