Easter What’s On Guide for Cheltenham – Week 1

The Easter holidays are here and if you’re stuck for ideas of things to do Cheltenham Rocks has a few suggestions of events and activities on around town this week.

Daily Activities

The Boathouse at Pittville Park has now opened for the summer season so pop down for an oarsome time exploring Pittville Park’s lower lake. Hire prices start at £4 for 30 minutes. Find out more

At the Boathouse you can also hire the kit for the Pitch & Putt (prices approx £4 for juniors, £6 for adults)

Easter Fun at Primrose Vale – Back for a second year, the Easter Fun trail is best suited to ages 3 – 15. Cost £5 per participant. Find out more.

Primrose Vale

Monster Trucks – Movies for Juniors – The MFJ film this week is the PG film Monster Trucks. Tickets are £2 from the box office or £2.70 if bought online. Find out more

Easter Egg Trail and Colouring – The Central Cross Cafe in Pittville Park is holding an Easter colouring competition and also has sheets for an egg trail around the park. £1 a sheet. Find out more

Easter Egg and Nature Trail at Crickley Hill – Another egg trail, this time exploring Crickley Hill with a small prize at the end. £2 a trail sheet. Find out more

Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience – Rainy Day? Tickets are now available for Peppa’s big screen debut. Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience features 9 new episodes ‘connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment’. Normal cinema prices apply. Find out more

Monday 10th April

B-b-b-b-BOUNCE at Funky Warehouse
The Parent and Toddler Trampolining is running at Funky Warehouse on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays this week, 10am until 12pm.  Price is £5 which includes use of the trampolines and soft play.
Over 5s can enjoy the Funky facilities the rest of the time with Trampolines, Monkey Bars, Ninja Warrior Course, Foam Pits and Parkour.
Parent and toddler trampolining – find out more
Funky Warehouse – find out more

Melody Mamas – Cheltenham’s first combination choir and baby & toddler group got off to a great start last week. Drop-in and enjoy a sing song whilst the little one/s play. Session cost £5.  Find out more.

Tuesday 11th April

Kids’ Cookery Workshop – An Easter-themed cookery workshop suitable for ages 4-14.  Cost £22.50. Pre-booking is essential. Find out more

Decorate a Hare Biscuit – Pop along to the Holst Museum to see one of the 50 Cotswold Hares and decorate a biscuit whilst you’re at it!  Free for kids with a paying adult (£5). Find out more

FREE Easter Crafts at Prestbury Library – A free event making themed Easter crafts including bunnies and chicks. Find out more

Wednesday 12th April

FREE Storytime with Annie Stewart – Children’s author Annie will be reading stories featuring her loveable character Wilf.  Find out more

Glow Sports – Sport with a difference… Try tennis, dodgeball, badminton and table tennis in the dark! Suitable for ages 6 to 14.  £6 per child.  Find out more

FREE Push It Real Good – Meet up with other parents for a refreshing walk around Pittville Park. Find out more

Introduction to Trampolining – One to one coaching on individual trampolines makes this a great class for bouncers wanting to polish their skills.  £8 per child. Find out more

Trampolining

Museum Explorers – The Wilson invites kids of all ages along to explore the museum to inspire fun and creative activities. £2 per child. Find out more

Thursday 13th April

Kids Introduction to Taekwondo – Suitable for ages 7 and over, a chance to try taekwondo with international gold medallist Liam Cox.  £8 per child.  Find out more

Good Friday 14th April

2p entry at Cheltenham Lido – The Lido opens for the season on Good Friday with a very special entry price of just 2p.  Find out more

Soft Play at LeisureAt – The usual Friday soft play will have some Easter colouring alongside the usual fun.  Find out more.

FREE Glenfall House Easter Egg Hunt – A free Easter Egg Hunt around Glenfall gardens.  Find out more

Seussical

Seussical The Musical – This show at the Playhouse brings to life all of your favourite Dr. Seuss characters in a musical caper for the whole family.  Tickets from £10. Find out more

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We’ll keep updating this article throughout the week and keep an eye out for the Cheltenham Rocks Easter Weekend Guide which will be published soon.

To view everything on today in Cheltenham visit What’s On Today.

For upcoming events visit the Events section.

Have a great week.

 

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