Easter Family Fun

There will be a FREE Easter Trail running everyday throughout the school holidays, Saturday 2nd- Monday 18th April) organised by Kingston First (the town centre’s business improvement district).

There are colourful eggs to spot on posters in the windows of eight Kingston businesses, and sweet treats and goodies to pick up inside the store.

Pick up a trail map and answer sheet from LUSH in the Market Place. You will also be given a FREE Kingston upon Thames tote bag to pop in all your hard-earned trail goodies. The first 50 children to start the trail will get a free pair of bunny ears to keep – so hop on to it!

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On Thursday 7 and 14 April, Kingston’s much-loved ‘Thumbs Up It’s Thursday’ events will return, with two days full of exciting Easter family fun in the town centre. From storytelling, to Easter egg decorating and creative workshops, there’s plenty of activities for the family, most of which are free..

Some of the town centre’s top eateries will be offering ‘Kids Eat Free’ deals to take advantage of. A balloon modeller will be out around town on both days creating fun balloon animals and shapes for children to take home – catch them around the Market Place and down Clarence Street.

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– Ofsted report

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