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Ideas for the Bank Holiday Weekend in Berkshire

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If you’re looking for ideas for the Bank Holiday Weekend in Berkshire have a read through the ideas below, there is plenty you can do and discover. If you find this blog post useful don’t forget to follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram, Facebook and sign upto the Mailing List.

Events taking place this Bank Holiday Weekend

*Carters Steam Fair, Maidenhead, From the 30th April 2022 – 2nd May 2022, Carter’s Steam Fair will be at Pinkney’s Green in Maidenhead. Click here for more details.

Vintage Vehicle Road Run, Carters Steam Fair*, 30th April 2022, 10am start at Pinkneys Green. Click here for route details.

Carters Steam Fair Dodgems

Changing of the Guard, Windsor, Saturday 30th April 2022, 10.45am (the Guards enter Windsor Castle at 11am, so it’s worth standing on the pavement near the castle at 10.45am). Click here for more information. Whilst in Windsor there is so much to do – check out these ideas ‘15 free things to do in Windsor‘.

Bracknell Market, Saturday 30th April 2022. 9am – 4pm outside Princess Square. Click here to read our review of the market.

Wokingham Eco Living Fair, Saturday 30th April 2022, 11am – 3pm, Wokingham Baptist Hall, RG40 1DE. Click here for details.

Spring Celebration, Jealott’s Hill Community Landshare, Warfield, 30th April 2022, 12noon – 3pm. Ticket booking essential. Click here for more details.

*Normandy Food Tour, 30th April 2022, 12 noon – 7pm, Alexandra Gardens, Windsor. Click here for more details.

Reading Car Boot Sale, Prospect Park, 7.30am – 1pm. Click here for more details.

Platinum Jubilee Walk, Windsor, 1st May 2022, 2.30pm. Click here for details and to book tickets.

Family ‘fun’ Scarecrow Trail Competition, 1st May 2022, 11am – 2.30pm, Marsh Meadow, Cookham, SL6 9SB. £10 per family, £5 for 1 adult and 1 child. Click here for more information.

Jocks Lane Miniature Railway, Bracknell, Monday 2nd May 2022. Tickets are £1pp per ride. Under 2 year olds are free. Trains run between 1pm and 4pm. Click here for more details.

Wokingham May Fayre, Market Place / Elms Field, Wokingham, 2nd May 2022. 10am – 5pm. Funfair, stage performances, magic show, petting zoo, market stalls and food vendors. Click here for more details.

Family Fun Day at Royal Windsor Racecourse, 2nd May 2022, 12noon – 6pm. Click here for more details.

Sunninghill Wheelbarrow Raceourse, Sunninghill, 2nd May 2022, 12 noon. Click here for more details.

Other Ideas for the Bank Holiday Weekend

  1. **Complete a Treasure Map Trails map

    Why not complete a Treasure Map Trails map? Local maps are available for Eton, Windsor, Maidenhead and Marlow. They are perfect for families with children aged 5 to 12 who are looking for an alternative outdoor adventure and an opportunity to discover a local town. Click here to buy a map. Treasure Map Trails Windsor

  2. Hire a Boat

    You could hire a boat, kayak or canoe. Check out our recent adventure with 
    *Canoe and Kayak Adventures, Windsor which we highly recommend. You can also hire from
    Just SUP UK at Runnymede, Dinton Pastures Activity Centre, Wokingham and Hobbs of Henley, *The Little Green Boat Company in Staines-Upon-Thames or Marlow?Windsor Castle Canoe and Kayak Adventures

  3. Go for a family friendly walk

    Go for a walk in Berkshire – check out these Family Friendly Walks in Berkshire. You could also have a go at Geocaching or on a Walking Trail – there are a number of free ones to do throughout Berkshire. The Long Walk and Windsor Castle Views

  4. Feed the Ducks

    If you’re looking for a free activity to do, feeding the ducks is great for all ages. Click here to discover some great duck feeding areas in Berkshire. Feeding the Ducks at Runnymede

  5. Go to the Park

    Berkshire has many fabulous parks, playgrounds and play areas to discover. Click here to discover over 40 of them.
    Savernake Park Play Area

  6. Visit a Trampoline Park

    Click here to see where there are Trampoline Parks in Berkshire and the surrounding area. Trampoline Parks in Berkshire

  7. Visit a Farm

    Visiting a farm. There are a number of farms in Berkshire you can visit including *Bucklebury FarmBeale Wildlife Park and *Jake Playbarn and Mini Farm.
    Farm Visit

  8. Eat Ice Cream

    Why not go out and get an ice cream – there are several places selling delicious ice creams in Berkshire.Ice Cream Boulter's Lock Maidenhead

  9. Play Golf

    There are some great adventure and miniature golf courses set up for families to play at in Berkshire. Click here to find out where they are.
    Mini Golf Course Berkshire

  10. Go for a Picnic

    Click here for ’20 places to Picnic in Berkshire’.Longest Picnic Table in England

  11. Visit a Farm Shop

    There are some excellent Farm Shops in Berkshire. Click here to find out where they are. Lockey Farm Shop and Butchers

  12. Have fun At Home

    Staying at home this Bank Holiday Weekend? Why not get crafting and cooking? Here are some ideas if you want to play in the garden and some rainy day activities if the weather is unkind.Chocolate Bananas

For more ideas do have a look at ‘The Berkshire Staycation – 25 places you should visit‘.

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