Share your Great Days Out

The Easter break is a great time to get out and about with the family.

Thursday, 18th April 2019, 3:19 pm
Coronation Park in Berwick. Picture by Jane Coltman

Berwick Welcome Visitor Project is encouraging people to create their own Great Days Out in Berwick-upon-Tweed and the surrounding area.

“There’s plenty of fresh air to be enjoyed by walking the walls and exploring the beaches and the countryside,” said Jenna Shields, Welcome Visitor project officer.”

Here are a few ideas for the coming days.

Saturday, April 20

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Friends of Castle Parks Easter Bunny Hunt. Coronation Park (Tommy the Millers), noon-1pm. Free event (donations welcome)

Orienteering competition. Try out the new trail. Coronation Park (Tommy the Millers), 1.30pm-3.30pm. Register your team by 1.45pm. Teams of 3-5, £2 entry per team. Categories: 14-18 (youth); adult; family/mixed ages.

 

Sunday, April 21

Easter Sunday Family Fun Day, Northern View, Highcliffe, 1pm-4pm. Leiper’s entertainment, Noon entertainment, fun hoopla, pillow wars,  party animals 2-3pm. All welcome, free entry.

Monday, April 22

Easter Monday Sk8 Party, Swan Centre for Leisure, Tweedmouth, 1pm-3pm. Skates for hire and great music to roller-skate to. Adults £6/child (under 16) £5/family £20. Skate hire £1 per person.

And further afield...

Paxton House Spring Trail, £3 per child. Adults need a grounds pass (£5 day, £10 annual). Visit www.paxtonhouse.co.uk for details.

Ford and Etal, Easter egg hunts, craft activities at Lady Waterford Hall; fun and baking at Heatherslaw Mill; village quiz at the Lavender tearooms (Etal); bunny hunt at Heatherslaw Light Railway. Visit www.ford-and-etal.co.uk for details.

Share your Great Days Out with others and inspire them to enjoy the area. Contact www.facebook.com\berwickwelcomevisitorproject