Easter events in the South Hams - what are you up to over the bank holiday weekend?

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Easter events in the South Hams - what are you up to over the bank holiday weekend?

Easter is just around the corner and there are some eggcellent (see what we did there?) events taking place across the South Hams.

Moreleigh Village Hall is holding a Table Top sale on Saturday, 9 April, between 12pm and 3pm, in aid of Kingsbridge Food Bank. Not only will there be the usual tea, coffee, cake, food and a raffle, but there will also be an Easter Egg hunt available for the small people - £3/child.

Up at East Soar Outdoor Experience, the team are making up for the last couple of years lost to Covid and are hosting an Easter Egg hunt everyday from Monday, 11 April, until Saturday, 16 April. Easter games start at 11am, followed by a “bumper” egg hunt for £3/child. There will also be hot-dogs, cakes, scones, tea and coffee and other goodies on sale.

Heron Valley is also hosting daily Easter Egg Hunts between Tuesday, 12 April, and Saturday, 23 April, 11am until 4pm, with some amazing prizes. The hunt will take place within the beautiful Heron Valley and costs £5/child. Great for children aged 4 and up.
You can buy tickets on the door but there are a limited number of prizes so book in advance to make sure you’re one of the lucky ones.

Loddiswell Preschool are holding their Easter Eggstravaganza on Loddiswell Playing Fields on Good Friday, 15 April, between 2pm and 4pm. There will be an Easter Egg hunt, a treasure hunt, a bouncy castle, games, cakes, tea and coffee - something for everyone.

The Church House Inn in Stokenham is also getting in on the Easter action with their own Easter Extravaganza. Taking place on Saturday, 16 April, between 2pm and 6pm, the pub will be hosting their “ultimate family fun day” with plenty of activities for children of all ages.
There will be a bouncy castle, Easter Egg hunts, face painting and live music from The Harmonics. The restaurant will be closed and instead the chefs will be manning the BBQs but the bar will be open. It promises to be a great day out.

Finally, Chillington Village Community Association is hosting its Easter Funday on Easter Monday. There will be Egg Decorating (bring your own hard boiled egg - pens provided and there will be prizes for the best ones), Easter Hat Parade and competition (prizes for the best ones), 'Roll Your Egg Down the Hill' and 'Egg and Spoon' races (prizes for the winners).
There will be great children's entertainment with EMAZDAD, including magic, fun, games, singing and dancing, but there are limited numbers so please book you place with Chris Hart on 07479 006114. There will also be a BBQ and bar, courtesy of the Bear and Blacksmith, and tea, coffee, squash and cakes, so why don’t you bring your own chair or rug and join in the fun.

So wherever you’re spending your bank holiday weekend, we hope it is full of fun and family and friends and you get to enjoy some of our beautiful surroundings in lovely weather (start doing your sun dances now people!).

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