With the Easter break upon us, we take a look at what’s happening in and around Reigate over the holidays. We’ve found plenty to keep all ages entertained, from kid-friendly Easter egg hunts to festivals for the foodies. Our top pick has to be Total Bounceout in Priory Park, Reigate – a giant inflatable obstacle course over 360ft. The perfect opportunity for grown-ups and kids alike to recreate those classic Total Wipeout moments!
Here are our top picks:
Friday, 19th April
A giant inflatable obstacle course over 360ft, suitable for children and adults over 1m in height.
Cost: £10 per person for an hour session, plus an optional £2 per person for a pair of Total Bounceout special grip socks.
Easter Egg Hunts
From 6th – 22nd April
The National Trust has teamed up again this year with Cadbury and will be laying on Easter Egg Hunts across a number of local properties, including:
Cost: Normal property admission price, plus £3 per trail
Leith Hill are also running ‘Creative Painting for Kids’ sessions
Wednesday, 10th and 17th April between 9:30-12:30
Cost: £25 per child and booking is essential.
Food and Drink
Sunday, 7th April between 10am-4pm
The award-winning local vineyard is proving that chocolate isn’t just for the kids this Easter. The Chocolate Fair will showcase delicious treats from local and national chocolatiers. Visitors will also enjoy expert advice on chocolate and wine pairings and the opportunity to meet the chocolatiers.
Cost: Free entry
Denbies will also be hosting a Sparkling Vineyard Trail and Dining Experience and a Cheese and Wine Making Experience over the Easter Break. Visit their website for more details.
27th and 28th April, 10am-7pm
Whilst not over the Easter weekend, this looks well worth a visit! With chef and foodie demos, food and drink stalls showcasing local produce, a kids zone, and the opportunity to support local charities, it promises to be a ‘thoroughly extravagant foodie sensual assault’! The festival will be held at Old Deer Park, Richmond.
Cost: Adult tickets can be bought online for £10, Young Adult (12-18yrs) tickets are £5, Under 12’s are free.
Saturday, 27th April 12-11pm
Old Reigatian Rugby Club will be hosting a ‘Beer and Bubbles Festival’. 100% of the profits from the event will help tackle Motor Neurone Disease, raising funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association and local charity All About Alie. This will be a full-day event, showcasing around 20 beers along with a prosecco bar. There will also be a programme of live music and children’s activities until 6pm.
Cost: Tickets can be bought online for £10, or on the day for £12.
Music and Entertainment
Easter Sunday, 5-7pm
The community-run Garibaldi Pub are hosting a live music event with Kelly Bennett, featuring Will Robertson.
Easter Saturday from 8.30pm
The signer/songwriter from Surrey returns to The Bulls Head on Easter Saturday, bringing his loop pedal and unique country rock twang.
Friday 19th April, 12-3:15pm
Supported by the Mayor of London, 100 Wintershall Players return to Trafalgar Square with a live re-enactment of Jesus’ last days on Good Friday. The award-winning live drama production features volunteers from across London as well as horses, donkeys and doves. Parental guidance advised.
From 6th - 22nd April
The Southbank Centre hosts Tabby McTat, a heart-warming family theatre show based on the book written by Julia Donaldson.
So there you have it – plenty to keep you busy over the Easter break and many fantastic local community initiatives supporting worthy charities.
Happy Easter from all the team at Kemp Marketing!