Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from goo.gl/Ta4oAX.
Find Those Chocolate Eggs
What would Easter be without an Easter egg hunt? When I was little, my parents' friends used to organise Easter egg hunts in their garden for everyone's kids. It was a big garden, so there were lots of nooks and crannies that eggs could be found in. Our garden was never big enough for that - it wouldn't take very long to find all the eggs - and yours is the same, then why not take the kids to a community egg hunt? There are plenty going on.
Eddie Catz 8th April, 10am-12pm, £22 42 Station Road, Merton, London, SW19 2LP
Join in at their Colours of the Rainbow event and discover clues along the rainbow trail. There will also be music workshops, bubble making, storytelling, a birds of prey show, and the chance to build a giant rainbow sculpture and plant rainbow coloured wildflowers (how they are wild when you are the one growing them I'm not quite sure, but there you go).
Duke of York Square
30th March, free
Kings Road, London, SW3 4LY
Take part in a Hop & Hunt Easter Challenge at the Duke of York Square. Unscramble all the clues, solve hidden riddles. Once you discover the hidden word, whisper it in the Easter Bunny's ear and he will give you a chocolate egg from his basket. One lucky egg will have a golden ticket inside, which will win you an iPad mini and a £200 shopping spree.
Bank of England Museum
2-5th April & 8th - 12th April, 10am-4.30pm
Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R
Join in the Easter Eggcitement and follow the trail to find chicks and hidden eggs. You can then make and decorate your own baskets to take home.
Richmond, TW9 3AB
There will be a chocolate workshop, arts and crafts, and an Easter egg hunt where you'l collect tokens to win your prize.