What are you up to this Easter? Take a look at 10 things to do in Kent
Wondering what to do in Kent this Easter weekend?
There’s lots happening right here in the Garden of England and here are ten things you could get up to this weekend.
There will Easter fun all weekend on the White Cliffs of Dover at the National Trust. All the family can follow the trail to win a chocolate prize. For more information about opening hours and admission charges call 01304 202756.
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Astor Theatre is staging an all-day musical event on Friday. The ‘Good Friday Agreement’ takes place from 2pm until 1am and will feature numerous bands and DJs. Tickets can be purchased on the door for £10.
The annual Easter egg hunt at Hever Castle is a chance for the whole family to hunt for clues hidden in the castle gardens and claim you chocolate treat. Brass bands will be playing throughout the weekend and there will also be an opportunity to see some rare breed hens and their chicks.
4. The Whitstable Castle and Gardens, Whitstable
On Monday an Easter Trail is taking place in the castle gardens from 11am to 2pm. The first 200 children to take part will get an Easter egg from the Whitstable Lions Club. Entry is £2.50 per child.
5. Ramsgate Harbour
A brand new event takes place on Ramsgate seafront on Friday to celebrate the contribution the town’s fishermen make through the years. The Easter Feast O’ Fish is organised by Ramsgate-based events company Artaha and centres around an open-air banquet which will seat up to 200 people at a time along the East Crosswall.
On Sunday an Easter Fun Day is taking place in the Wyvern Hall at Swallows Leisure Centre. There will be an Easter egg hunt, a bouncy castle, face painting and balloon modelling. It all starts at 12pm and entry is £6 per child.
The Medway Festival of Steam and Transport comes to the Dockyard in Chatham on Sunday and Monday. Now in its 10th year, the event celebrates transport through the ages with a special ‘railway’ theme for 2012. Hundreds of spectacular steam exhibits and vehicle displays will fill the site. For more information call 01634 823800.
Take a trip out to sea from Ramsgate on Friday for a one and a half hour trip to a local seal colony at a nature reserve on the Kent coast. It costs £20 per person and you can find out more by calling 07837 562076.
The Beatles never played Faversham in the 60s but now 'Imagine....The Beatles' are rectifying that situation with a fab performance at The Old Brewery Store on Friday evening. The concert starts at 7pm and tickets are £8.
TV comic Lee Nelson – described by the Mirror as ‘the hottest creation since Ali G and Vicky Pollard’ – brings his stage show to Tunbridge Wells on Friday evening at 8pm. For more information call 01892 530613.
Those are our suggestions, but have you got an event happening this weekend you would like to let the world know about? Then simply leave the details in the comments section below.
Have a great weekend!