With the Easter holidays looming, we have rounded up our top 5 things to do this Easter!
It’s time to dig out the crafts box and find your paint, pens, glue and paper! Keep it simple with this cute Easter bunting, creating colourful chicks and bunnies. Simple cut your coloured card to the desired shape then add a pop of colour and some googly eyes to finish! Use some string and clothes pegs to hang.
For something a little different, add a packet of wooden lolly sticks to your weekly shop to makes these Easter animals. Glue the number of sticks you need onto a piece of card, then cut around the sticks. Next, use some felt and googly eyes to add their ears, feet, nose and wings. Attach the animals to string to make bunting or stake into plant pots.
Visit our Easter event
Have you heard? There’s something hatching at Becketts soon! Join us between the 1st and 16th April for our annual family Easter event. It is open 10am – 3pm daily throughout the school holidays and makes a wonderful family trip out. We have chicks hatching daily, lambs, miniature goats and more! For more information, click here.
Feast on some Easter themed treats from our Bakery
Our Bakery team have baked some delicious Easter themed treats for the whole family to enjoy. If you love Crème Eggs then a trip to our Bakery counter is a must! Tuck into a piece of our Crème Egg brownie or a delicious cupcake. Keep an eye out over the coming weeks for plenty more Easter bakes, including our tasty iced shortbreads.
Bake your own!
Fill an afternoon by getting the children involved in some home baking. Try your hand at these moreish carrot cake cupcakes or even these bunny rabbit pancakes.
Don’t forget to tag us in your creations on social media @BeckettsFarm
Enjoy a spring walk
There’s nothing better than taking a crisp walk in the spring sunshine. Get the family together and pop your wellies on and get out into the great outdoors! Why not visit a local park or greenspace to stretch those legs and enjoy some fresh air. Plus, if the weather is kind, you could even enjoy your first picnic of the year.
To keep the children entertained, visit the Wildlife Watch website where you can download free spotter sheets, colouring in and how-to guides for outdoor activities.