Five events for the kids this weekend

Take advantage of these events happening locally to keep the kids busy this Easter holiday…

The Freckles & Fire pop-up

HABERDASHERY WORKSHOP

The Freckles & Fire pop-up returns to Fine Grind in Tunbridge Wells on Saturday from 10am to 3pm with a creative haberdashery workshop. Let the kids loose with Liberty Lawn fabrics, stunning linens, Merchant and Mills and ClothKits patterns, wool and the gang yarn as well as some must-have sewing tools, and of course some vintage trims and fabrics.

www.frecklesandfire.co.uk

Barnetts Wood Local Nature Reserve

EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA

Head down to Barnetts Wood Local Nature Reserve in High Brooms to explore the ancient broadleaf woodland, flower rich meadows, hedges and ponds. On top of sculpture trail and woodland walks, the reserve will host a morning of family fun with Easter craft and activities in the picnic area from 10:30am to 1:30pm on Saturday.

www.khwp.org.uk/home/events/easter-eggstravaganza

The Peanuts Movie

THE PEANUTS MOVIE

The Picture House in Uckfield shows Saturday morning movies exclusively for children and accompanying adults at the bargain price of £3 per ticket this weekend at 10:30am. This week follow Snoopy and Charlie Brown and the rest of the gang in The Peanuts Movie, their big-screen debut.

www.picturehouseuckfield.com/movies/snoopy-2

Hop Farm

HOP FARM FUN

Hop to the magical Hop Farm Family Park to enjoy epic children’s attractions and rides including bumper boats, bouncy castles, Hopper’s Animal World, magnificent animal displays and exciting Easter games for the kids. Open from 10am every day until April 17.

www.thehopfarm.co.uk

Chicken and Egg Hunt

CHICK AND EGG HUNT

Discover the story of the chick and the egg by taking a weird and wonderful journey around Chartwell in Westerham to find Bunny’s ancestors from the 1920s. Each ancestor has suggestions on how chick can encourage his fellow egg to hatch, from heating the egg in a pan to dressing up in a hollow egg and dancing around! Open 11am to 4pm every day until April 10.

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/chartwell