Fun Easter holiday events and activities planned in and around Rugby - The Rugby Observer

Fun Easter holiday events and activities planned in and around Rugby

Rugby Editorial 18th Mar, 2016 Updated: 27th Oct, 2016   0

YOUNGSTERS can enjoy an egg-citing fortnight of fun at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum this Easter holiday.

From Saturday, the museum will be challenging visitors to find hidden Easter chicks, with the winner scooping a prize.

On Tuesday, youngsters can be kept entertained by making their own Easter bonnets.

Other events will also be held throughout the holiday, including making toys and jewellery and even creating a Roman chariot.




Rugby Borough Council spokeswoman for culture, coun Heather Timms said: “Rugby Art Gallery and Museum has a wide range of events and activities to keep young, creative minds entertained throughout the school holidays.

“The programme always proves popular and it’s the perfect opportunity to discover all that the cultural hub of Rugby has to offer.”


Those taking part in both the free and paid for events must be accompanied by an adult.

Visit www.ragm.co.uk to find out more and book places in advance.

* MINBEAST hunting and pond dipping are just some of the events on offer at Brandon Marsh this half term.

From Monday, youngsters will be able to enjoy a number of educational workshops lasting for around one hour. They include den building, craft days, wildlife watching and even storytelling.

Prices range between £2 and £4.50 and those under eight must be accompanied by an adult.

Call 024 7630 2912 to book or find out more.

* TEDDY Bear Adventures, Spring Daffodil Windmills and Den Building are among the activities at Ryton Pools Country Park during the holidays.

Limited places are available and prior booking – £3.50 per child – is essential. All children must be accompanied by a parent or a responsible adult.

Several ‘drop in’ events are also planned (£2 per child).

Visit www.warwickshire.gov.uk/parks or call 01827 872660 for more details.

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