There’s still time to get involved in some Easter fun in South Oxfordshire this year. The Waterperry Gardens’ Big Easter Bunny Hunt is running until Sunday 15 April and as children will be looking for bunnies, rather than chocolate eggs, this promises to be a healthy Easter hunt.
However, I could be wrong; if children find eight bunnies scattered around the beautiful ornamental gardens they get to claim a prize from Miss H’s Teashop and Miss H is famous for her sugary chocolate cakes and snacks.
Since it’s the last weekend of the holidays and the kids are back to school on Monday, why not give them one last treat? Also on Sunday 15 April there’s the Cushion Concert for Little Ones at the Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot. It’s packed full of fun games to develop pitch and rhythym and a great way to learn all about instruments. Plus it’s all performed by professionals so there’ll be some great music too.
If you’re after things to do in South Oxfordshire then Curtain Up! at The Kenton Theatre, Henley-on-Thames could be a great way to bring the curtain down on the Easter holidays. Showcasing local performers from the age of five upwards, this is set to be an extravaganza. Never mind Britain, South Oxfordshire has really got talent.
YouShine Theatre CIC is working in collbaoration with Hemdean House School Street Dancers, Geoffrey Field School Musical Theatre and Street Dancers, the Nicola Jenkins School of Dance and others to bring you an unforgettable show to end the holidays.
The curtain is actually up on Friday 13 April, with another show on Saturday 14. Kids and grown ups will love it and it’s a great way to apprecaite and support some local talent.
Whatever you get up to with family this weekend, I hope you really enjoy it. Let’s hope that the weather is as beautiful as it has been recently. And if it’s not, you could always stay in and catch up in your Midsomer Murders box set.