It’s that time of the year when you can relax over the long bank holiday Easter weekend and indulge in some tasty chocolaty treats. We’ve put together a guide for Easter events taking place in Lancaster and local area. If you’re enjoying the comfort of a stay in your static caravan holiday home at Hawthorns this Easter why not participate in some of the events and activities taking place near our Lancashire caravan park this spring.
Please note that all event details are currently subject to changes and cancellations, please contact us for the latest updates 01524 732079.
City of Lancaster’s Easter Bingo Fundraiser!
Saturday 4th April, 19:00 – 21:00.
Heysham Golf Club, Trumacar Park, Middleton Road, Morecambe
Bingo fans are in for a treat with City of Lancaster’s Easter Bingo Fundraiser. The event is held at Heysham Golf Club and run by City of Lancaster Gymnastics Club. This a fun, fundraising event for all the family. Please note: Gymnasts under 16 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult. Doors open at 6.30pm and eyes down is at 7pm.
Kids Easter Workshop
Monday 6th April, 12:00 – 13:30. £15 each
Flower Bank, 28 Main St, Hornby, Lancaster
The Kids Easter Workshop is hosted by Flower Bank of Hornby – and independent florist in the Lune Valley, Lancashire. A chance to create your very own floral Easter egg! Demonstrations will share ideas, and then you can use your imagination to create your own beautiful Easter egg. There will be someone on hand to help you if you need it. All materials and refreshments provided. The Flower Bank are also running Easter Wreath making workshops for those thinking of putting the floral creative skills to the test.
Lancaster Canal Easter Craft Cruise
Sunday 5th April
Lancaster Canal, 4 Garstang Road, Preston
What better way to enjoy an afternoon out in Lancaster with the family is via a scenic cruise along the canal. There are fantastic hour long cruises for kids arranged over Easter. A chance to feed the ducks whist enjoying the beautiful views on the Lancaster canal. Tickets are £5 per adult, and £6 per child (this includes on board Easter-themed crafts).
‘Easter Action’ Nature Tuesday
Tuesday 7th April, 13:00 – 15:00
Heysham Nature Reserve, Lancaster
Learn more about the local wildlife at Easter Action Nature Tuesday at Heysham Nature Reserve. There will be opportunities to make a bird box and explore the reserve on a bird walk trail. Book required here.
Easter Floristry Evening with Supper
Thursday 9th April, 17:00 – 20:30
Willow Barn, Bay Horse Inn, Lancaster
This is your chance to discover the process involved in creating beautiful floral ring with vase and candle. With a step-by-step guide you’ll end up with your own floral works of beauty to show off on your table arrangement at Easter. Tickets are £60, but include a fabulous supper meal in The Bay Horse Inn.
Good Friday Special
Friday 10th April, 11:00
Mill Lane, Milnthorpe
Good Friday sees the return of the popular Easter egg hunt for children at Heron Corn Mill. The fabulous 18th century Cumbrian water mill which remains in working order makes for a great setting. Not only are there fabulous chocolate prizes up for grabs, but there will be delicious freshly baked bread, hot cross buns and irresistible pies for sale. The event is FREE to enter, but there is a £1 fee for children taking part in the Easter egg hunt.
Easter Sunday Walk
Sunday 12th April, 10:00
Riverside Caravan Park, Bentham, Lancaster
There’s nothing quite like an Easter Sunday walk with all the family in tow. The Bentham Christmas Lights Committee invite guests to join them for a Sunday walk exploring Bentham Heritage Trail. A much loved set of walks covering areas of The Forest of Bowland and The Yorkshire Dales.
Easter Egg Hunt and Bonnet Competition
Monday 13th April, 13:00 – 15:00
Fairfield Millennium Green and Community Orchard, Lancaster
This delightful Easter Egg Treasure Hunt and Easter Bonnet competition in Lancashire is £3.00 per child to enter. Children must be accompanied by an adult for the event which will feature delicious refreshments and cakes as well as Easter games and crafts. All proceeds from the event go to the Fairfield Association.