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Easter Holiday What’s On Guide in Berkshire

Easter Holiday What’s On Guide in Berkshire

(AD Disclaimer) Berkshire Mummies have worked with the businesses marked with a * in a paid partnership or ** gifted opportunity at some point during the last two years. If you find this Easter Holiday What's On Guide in Berkshire useful and informative make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow on Instagram and Facebook. You may also like to take a look at the Easter Trails in Berkshire blog post and Places to see Lambs for ideas of more events taking place this Easter. If you are looking for Easter Camps click here. Featured Advertisement *(AD)…
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Easter Trails in Berkshire

Easter Trails in Berkshire

This Easter there are several outdoor Easter Trails in Berkshire planned to take place during the Easter holidays, please note different boroughs in Berkshire have different half terms. If you find this blog post useful make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies Mailing List and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. Where can I find an Easter Trails? First Days Easter Hop, Dinton Pastures Country Park, 9th - 22nd April 2022, Click here for more details. £3 per trail map. Click here for more information. Easter i-Spy Trail, Cobbs Hungerford, 4th – 18th April 2022, 10am – 3pm, Free (pick up…
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Easter Holiday Camps in Berkshire

Easter Holiday Camps in Berkshire

(AD Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies has perviously worked in paid partnership with the businesses marked with a *. Businesses marked with a ** have a paid listing in the Berkshire Mummies Directory). Below is a list of Easter Camps in Berkshire. At the end of each Easter Camp mentioned, you will find a clickable link to the provider's website. If you find this blog post useful please make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. Activity Camps and Clubs in Berkshire *Ultimate Activity Camps: Provide outstanding Ofsted – registered activity day camp childcare where the children will…
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Lambing Season 2022

Lambing Season 2022

(AD Disclaimer: Bucklebury Farm have gifted Berkshire Mummies visited to their farm) As Spring arrives the lambing season is rapidly approaching. Here is a list of places you could visit some lambs this springtime. Bucklebury Farm Park: Keep an eye on the farms social media for updates about bottle feeding the lambs. Fleecy Frolics: Are holding their lambing weekend at Merrist Wood College on the 23rd April 2022 (12-4pm) and 24th April 2022 (10am-4pm). Visitors can meet the lambs, watch countryside craft demos and falconry displays and shop from homemade crafts and stalls. For an extra fee you can partake…
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Berkshire Mummies Easter Gift Guide

Berkshire Mummies Easter Gift Guide

Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies has worked with all the businesses marked with a * over the last year in a gifted or paid partnership capacity. Below in the Berkshire Mummies Easter Gift Guide you will find a number of Easter Gift Ideas from Small Berkshire Businesses. Please contact the business directly if you would like to order an Easter Gift from them. Berkshire Mummies Easter Gift Guide *Berkshire Collective have collaborated with The Little Brick Pantry in Cookham to create these fabulous Easter Biscuit Decorating Kits. Each kit includes six delicious buttery shortbread biscuits in Easter egg, bunny and chick shapes,…
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Easter Salt Dough Decorations

Easter Salt Dough Decorations

Easter Salt Dough Decorations always look great on an Easter Tree and certainly add the homemade feel to your Easter decorating. Alternatively, why not gift Easter Salt Dough Decorations to friends and family.  What do you need to make the salt dough?  Simply mix – 1/2 cup of salt, 1/2 cup of water and 1 cup of plain flour into a bowl, adding the water a bit at a time to the dry ingredients, then mix and squish them together until you end up with a ball of dough. You will also need Easter shaped cookie cutters - we used…
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Woolly Sheep Craft

Woolly Sheep Craft

This woolly sheep craft is fun to make, a little messy but very cute! The sheep is a great craft for Easter, spring or if you would like to make a farm animal. What do I need to make a woolly sheep? Cardboard Cotton Wool PVA Glue 2 x Wooden Pegs Scissors Black and Pink Felt Tip Pens How do I make a woolly sheep? Draw the outline of a sheep on the card - include an ear, head and body (see picture). Cut out your sheep shape. Peg the two wooden pegs to the sheep to make the legs (see picture).  Now cover the sheep…
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Cress Egg Head People

Cress Egg Head People

Cress Egg Head People are great fun to make and also give a daily activity as you need to nurture the cress to make sure it is watered and therefore grows. You will need: Eggs for the empty half egg shellsCotton woolCress seedsWaterPensCardboard TubesPaints How do I make the Egg Cress Head People?  Break an egg in two, empty and keep the egg shells for the heads. Fill the half egg shells with cotton wool and dampen with water. Sprinkle cress seeds onto the damp cotton wool. Put the filled egg shells in little pots facing upwards, place on a window sill and…
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Cardboard Peg Rabbits

Cardboard Peg Rabbits

These cardboard peg rabbits can be used as a Easter craft, Easter decoration or an Easter card. They are simple to make and each one can be different. My eldest decided to make rainbow rabbits whilst I opted for more traditional Easter colours on my creations!  What do I need to make Cardboard Peg Rabbits? Cardboard - we used corrigated cardPaints  Wooden Pegs Pom Poms PVA Glue How do I make the Cardboard Peg Rabbits? Draw around a cup, plate or bowl on to the cardboard. The cut out the disks - draw as many circles as you would like rabbits.  Then paint the…
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Handprint Carrots

Handprint Carrots

These handprint carrots are a quick craft and look really effective, plus you don't need many resources. Why not stick your Handprint Carrot onto a piece of folded card to make into an Easter Card. What do I need? Green and Orange card or paper Orange pen PencilScissors Glue How do I make Handprint Carrots? Draw around your child's hand using a pencil on the green card. Cut out the handprint (an adult should do this part). Draw and cut out a carrot shape on the orange card (an adult should do this part).Then draw some curved orange lines from…
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