5 things to do this Easter weekend in Worcestershire

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The team at Love Where you Live have lovingly pulled together a list of COVID safe family days out, creative activities and adventurous kitchen projects to help you decide how to spend your beautiful Easter weekend, whilst also making the most of spring!

From wandering through bluebell-carpeted woods to Easter egg trails and delicious easter lunches, check out these 5 fun things to do over the Easter weekend in Wonderful Worcestershire!

*Before visiting, please check local and national government guidance on travelling.

  1. Witley Court easter adventure quest:

Witley Court have a legendary quest this Easter holiday for the little ones!

Crack the clues and search for the dragon eggs on the Witley quest boards as you explore the outdoor trail around the gardens.

For Intrepid explorers who track down the hatched dragon, there will even be a chocolate treat and a certificate!

You can start your quest at Witley Court every day of the school holidays. It costs just £1.50 per child and this includes a handy pencil for your quest!

When you book your tickets, you will first be asked to select a site admission ticket and then on the next page, you can select the number of Easter Adventure Quest packs you need!

Follow the link below to the website:


  • Stanbrook Abbey Hotel, Worcester

The Abbey Nature Trail is the perfect place to find Easter treasure at Stanbrook Abbey this upcoming Easter weekend!

(Hint: If you manage to find the ‘Dougie Bunny’, you could be in for a chocolate egg prize!)

This event will be running from Good Friday to Easter Monday, 10am – 5pm.  This event is being managed in line with covid safety measures.

The grounds at Stanbrook Abbey are open during daylight hours 7 days a week! They are dog friendly and have their children’s activity trail maps on hand. Selected refreshments are available between 11am-6pm as a takeaway option and there is no pre-order necessary!

Follow the link below to the website:


  • Nicola at Cake-tastic – Kids Online Easter Baking Class – Thursday 8th April, 10-11.30am

For a fun Stay at home activity to keep for the Kids/Teens busy during the Easter Holidays, sign them up to Bake and Decorate Easter Cupcakes with Nicola at Cake-tastic Worcestershire!

The Children will:

  • Bake their Cupcakes from scratch
  • Make their own Buttercream
  • Work with Sugarpaste to create their Easter Toppers
  • Learn to Pipe Buttercream
  • Decorate, finish and present their Easter Cupcakes

The Class is perfect for ages 5+ (incl Teenagers) and the Children will learn new skills throughout. Younger Children are very welcome to join too, but they will require Adult supervision throughout.

The Class will take place over Zoom, which is a free app, you just need a phone/tablet/laptop or computer to join. The Class is very interactive, and the Children can see and hear Nicola, and they can interact with each other too.

Once you have booked your space on the Class, Joining Instructions will be sent to you along with the Zoom dial in details.

Spaces are limited, so if you are looking for a fun activity to lessen the School Holiday boredom, then grab the space for your Child/Teen now.

Follow the link below to book your space:

  • Discover carpets of bluebells on Clent  

You can find bluebells in lots of areas on the Clent hills this Easter weekend!

One of the best spots is in the valley behind the Four Stones, where the sides of the valley are covered in bluebells, and the woods at the bottom of the valley are also carpeted in them.
From the Nimmings Wood car park, head up the easy access path to the viewpoint near the top. From there, head down towards the log pile and gate in the bottom left corner of the slope. As you approach the log pile, take the path on the left heading behind you round into the Bluebell Valley.

If you’d like to go further off the beaten track and discover more bluebell woods, then head over to Walton Hill. Most of the wooded areas have bluebells dotted through them and they spring up on many of the open grassland.

If you are parking at Nimmings Wood, visit the Welcome Point near the cafe and the staff can point you in the right direction.

  • Hanbury Hall Easter egg hunt

Explore the delightful parkland at Hanbury by following their Easter trail, completing spring fun challenges on the activity sheet as you go along.

Spot the bees buzzing along, discover what spring plants are growing and see the lambs wobbling on new legs. At the end of your trail, pick up your chocolate egg prize or allergen free reward!

This is running from Thursday 1 – Sunday 18 April (whilst stocks last), 9.30am-4pm (last entry at 3.30pm)

To manage visitor numbers so that social distancing can be ensured for the safety of the staff, volunteers and visitors, the pre-booking system still applies. Booking will provide access to the property, not the Easter adventures in nature trail, which can be purchased on the day.

Tickets are released every Friday, so you won’t be able to book your Easter visit until Friday 26 March.

Book your visit via this link: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hanbury-hall/whats-on

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