Loved food?! But firstly, Congulations we have now reached the first Bank Holiday since New Years and if your lucky enought, extra grateful for some time off. As the trees are blossoming, daffodolis are coming up there is definitley a sense of optimisim in the air and as the Easter Bank Holiday fast approaches, this is often the first opportunity of the year to go to your local supermarket and grab from the picnic option insight – whether that is a bottomless brunch or a bottle of Prosecco on ice – a wander around a food market with your parents, a easter with the kids or a mixutre of both, then keep scrolling down for weekend event around the UK that just might add something a little different to the ‘Normal’ Easter that we have seen in two years.
Great Missenden Food Festival
To celebrate the first ‘Normal’ Bank Holiday Weekend in two years, what better than to pack every activity possible into on 4-day weekend?! From cheese sampling, pottery, live music, street food, wine tasting, an easter egg hunt, an opitional weekend camping and a designated charcuterie board area. The Great Missenden Food Festival is a one-stop-shop for both friends, family and couples, plus it doesn’t matter whether you fancy plant based cooking workshop, a wander around the stalls of local sellers or even a unique murder mystery afternoon tea with celebrity chef Rosemary Shrager- there is really something for everyone. You can purchase tickets in advance for a reduced price – Adults £7, Seinor £6 and children under 16 for free. For more information about admission and purchasing on the day, head over to the offical festive homepage. Click here for the link.
“House Your Weekend” Easter Bank Holiday
Are you seeking a more upbeat bank holiday? Then get yourself down to The Chelsea Lodge for their House You Weekend event, featuring two floors of house music with 300 other parties lovers. Both time of your life and a hangover is guaranteed. This event also has the option to book a pre-drinks ticket, givig you 90 minutes of free flowing prosecco and cocktails, plus a sharing food platter of food to help soak it up you have too many of the aforementioned cocktails. With a mix of tropical, disco, deep and techno house, there’s something for everyone feeling in the mood to finally celebrate an Easter out of lockdown. Set against flower walls, and with picture perfect opportunities in the dreamy neon-lit pink bathroom, grab an early bird ticket for as little as £11 and dance the night away. For more informaton go over the offical homepage. Click here for the link.
Beaulieu River Canoeing and Easter Egg Hunt, Hampshire
Do you fancy a change? Do you fancy a new egg-hunting location? Then enjoy an eggcellent guided paddle with New Forest Activities, along the Beaulieu River in stable ‘Canadian Style’ canoes. Take in this beautiful scenery before disembarking with kids in tow for an Easter Egg hunt in seriously scenic surroundings – this two-hour hunt is suitable for all ages and with experience required, you can rest easy knowing that there’s nothing to prepare for with this escape into nature. Out of work mode, is 100% activated! Need more information, head over to the official homepage. Click here for the link.
The Drag Brunch Of Dreams, Bristol
Is a bank holiday really a bank holiday without brunch. This eggestravegant affair at Bristol’s Cloak and Dagger is on you won’t forget in a hurry, with a lineup of some of the city’s best performers, along with a complimentary glass of bubbly, games and activities galore, and of course a delicous brunch to enjoy with your besties, consider you saturday plans secured.
The event is located on Glousester Road – known locally as Bristol’s Indie Shopping District – the Cloak and Dagger makes for the perfect spot to continue your bank holiday browsing the local independent shops or using the excuse to let your hair down and pop open a bottle of Prosecco or two. This event is pay-what-you can, making it more accessible option for your Easter Weekend, with venue also rasing funds for Outspace – a new queer hub in the heart of Old Market – your able to opt to donate to when your purchasing your ticket Get yourself ready and let your hair down! To find out more information, head over to the official homepage. Click here for the link.
Easter Bank Holiday Monday – Yoga and Supper Club
Instead of rushing around trying to pack in as much as possible into 3 or 4 days, why not slow things down and take this takes time as the ultimate excuse to take time for some to offer a reset to your nervous system – take a dip out of normal working like for a full three days sounds like what your mind and body is calling for this easter. So why not try out an Ayuredic inspired supper club or a Sophie-Rae Martyn’s yoga materclass. The Ayuredic inspired plant-based thali meal, made by chef Aaron Reilly – think big flavours and comfort in a bowl. To find out more information, head over to the official homepage. Click here for the link.
What will you be doing over this Easter Bank Holiday?