We’ve got a few of ideas to keep your Easter chicks amused over the next couple of weeks in Chiswick and the surrounding areas:


Easter weekend at Chiswick House


Bring the whole family to Chiswick House this Easter. The house is open all weekend and children go in for free! On Monday there will be a fun family crafting activity inspired by Georgian tea parties, you will have the chance to make and embellish your own tea pot decoration.


http://chiswickhouseandgardens.org.uk/event/easter-weekend-opening/

 

Hogarth Youth Centre


If your children are aged between 8-19 and want to get involved in some brilliant FREE activities such as jungle survival skills, music production, cookery or beauty and health the Hogarth Youth Centre on Duke Road have got a great timetable over the Easter break. Have a look on the link below and get them booked in!


https://fsd.hounslow.gov.uk/kb5/hounslow/fsd/service.page?id=pA5nveNrpZE



Chiswick Theatre Arts


Are you used to being your child’s audience for their homemade shows?! If so they will LOVE the workshops at Chiswick Theatre Arts. The morning workshops for 3-8 year olds include fab themes such as ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘The World of Dr Seuss’.  Full day workshops are available for 6-12 year olds, budding dancers can learn the dance routines to Michael Jackson’s classic hits or pull together a ‘Play in a Day’.   Book your slot as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


http://www.chiswicktheatrearts.com/copy-of-spring-half-term-workshops



A Big Day Out with Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens


Head to Kew Gardens for a botanical bunny adventure from Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April. Fun, family activities include building a giant warren, exploring the food Peter would’ve found in Mr McGregors garden and creating your own bunny ears. Not to mention the delicious hot cross buns and other Easter treats you’ll find at their festival pop-up.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/a-big-day-out-with-peter-rabbit

 

Here Be Dragons


If dragons are more your thing Kew Gardens have got that covered too. From 30th March – 30th September follow the dragon trail and hunt for dragon sculptures.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/here-be-dragons



From all of us at Whitman and Co we hope you have a wonderful Easter.



 

 

" /> We’ve got a few of ideas to keep your Easter chicks amused over the next couple of weeks in Chiswick and the surrounding areas:


Easter weekend at Chiswick House


Bring the whole family to Chiswick House this Easter. The house is open all weekend and children go in for free! On Monday there will be a fun family crafting activity inspired by Georgian tea parties, you will have the chance to make and embellish your own tea pot decoration.


http://chiswickhouseandgardens.org.uk/event/easter-weekend-opening/

 

Hogarth Youth Centre


If your children are aged between 8-19 and want to get involved in some brilliant FREE activities such as jungle survival skills, music production, cookery or beauty and health the Hogarth Youth Centre on Duke Road have got a great timetable over the Easter break. Have a look on the link below and get them booked in!


https://fsd.hounslow.gov.uk/kb5/hounslow/fsd/service.page?id=pA5nveNrpZE



Chiswick Theatre Arts


Are you used to being your child’s audience for their homemade shows?! If so they will LOVE the workshops at Chiswick Theatre Arts. The morning workshops for 3-8 year olds include fab themes such as ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘The World of Dr Seuss’.  Full day workshops are available for 6-12 year olds, budding dancers can learn the dance routines to Michael Jackson’s classic hits or pull together a ‘Play in a Day’.   Book your slot as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


http://www.chiswicktheatrearts.com/copy-of-spring-half-term-workshops



A Big Day Out with Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens


Head to Kew Gardens for a botanical bunny adventure from Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April. Fun, family activities include building a giant warren, exploring the food Peter would’ve found in Mr McGregors garden and creating your own bunny ears. Not to mention the delicious hot cross buns and other Easter treats you’ll find at their festival pop-up.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/a-big-day-out-with-peter-rabbit

 

Here Be Dragons


If dragons are more your thing Kew Gardens have got that covered too. From 30th March – 30th September follow the dragon trail and hunt for dragon sculptures.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/here-be-dragons



From all of us at Whitman and Co we hope you have a wonderful Easter.



 

 

" /> We’ve got a few of ideas to keep your Easter chicks amused over the next couple of weeks in Chiswick and the surrounding areas:


Easter weekend at Chiswick House


Bring the whole family to Chiswick House this Easter. The house is open all weekend and children go in for free! On Monday there will be a fun family crafting activity inspired by Georgian tea parties, you will have the chance to make and embellish your own tea pot decoration.


http://chiswickhouseandgardens.org.uk/event/easter-weekend-opening/

 

Hogarth Youth Centre


If your children are aged between 8-19 and want to get involved in some brilliant FREE activities such as jungle survival skills, music production, cookery or beauty and health the Hogarth Youth Centre on Duke Road have got a great timetable over the Easter break. Have a look on the link below and get them booked in!


https://fsd.hounslow.gov.uk/kb5/hounslow/fsd/service.page?id=pA5nveNrpZE



Chiswick Theatre Arts


Are you used to being your child’s audience for their homemade shows?! If so they will LOVE the workshops at Chiswick Theatre Arts. The morning workshops for 3-8 year olds include fab themes such as ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘The World of Dr Seuss’.  Full day workshops are available for 6-12 year olds, budding dancers can learn the dance routines to Michael Jackson’s classic hits or pull together a ‘Play in a Day’.   Book your slot as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


http://www.chiswicktheatrearts.com/copy-of-spring-half-term-workshops



A Big Day Out with Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens


Head to Kew Gardens for a botanical bunny adventure from Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April. Fun, family activities include building a giant warren, exploring the food Peter would’ve found in Mr McGregors garden and creating your own bunny ears. Not to mention the delicious hot cross buns and other Easter treats you’ll find at their festival pop-up.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/a-big-day-out-with-peter-rabbit

 

Here Be Dragons


If dragons are more your thing Kew Gardens have got that covered too. From 30th March – 30th September follow the dragon trail and hunt for dragon sculptures.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/here-be-dragons



From all of us at Whitman and Co we hope you have a wonderful Easter.



 

 

" /> We’ve got a few of ideas to keep your Easter chicks amused over the next couple of weeks in Chiswick and the surrounding areas:


Easter weekend at Chiswick House


Bring the whole family to Chiswick House this Easter. The house is open all weekend and children go in for free! On Monday there will be a fun family crafting activity inspired by Georgian tea parties, you will have the chance to make and embellish your own tea pot decoration.


http://chiswickhouseandgardens.org.uk/event/easter-weekend-opening/

 

Hogarth Youth Centre


If your children are aged between 8-19 and want to get involved in some brilliant FREE activities such as jungle survival skills, music production, cookery or beauty and health the Hogarth Youth Centre on Duke Road have got a great timetable over the Easter break. Have a look on the link below and get them booked in!


https://fsd.hounslow.gov.uk/kb5/hounslow/fsd/service.page?id=pA5nveNrpZE



Chiswick Theatre Arts


Are you used to being your child’s audience for their homemade shows?! If so they will LOVE the workshops at Chiswick Theatre Arts. The morning workshops for 3-8 year olds include fab themes such as ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘The World of Dr Seuss’.  Full day workshops are available for 6-12 year olds, budding dancers can learn the dance routines to Michael Jackson’s classic hits or pull together a ‘Play in a Day’.   Book your slot as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


http://www.chiswicktheatrearts.com/copy-of-spring-half-term-workshops



A Big Day Out with Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens


Head to Kew Gardens for a botanical bunny adventure from Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April. Fun, family activities include building a giant warren, exploring the food Peter would’ve found in Mr McGregors garden and creating your own bunny ears. Not to mention the delicious hot cross buns and other Easter treats you’ll find at their festival pop-up.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/a-big-day-out-with-peter-rabbit

 

Here Be Dragons


If dragons are more your thing Kew Gardens have got that covered too. From 30th March – 30th September follow the dragon trail and hunt for dragon sculptures.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/here-be-dragons



From all of us at Whitman and Co we hope you have a wonderful Easter.



 

 

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We’ve got a few of ideas to keep your Easter chicks amused over the next couple of weeks in Chiswick and the surrounding areas:


Easter weekend at Chiswick House


Bring the whole family to Chiswick House this Easter. The house is open all weekend and children go in for free! On Monday there will be a fun family crafting activity inspired by Georgian tea parties, you will have the chance to make and embellish your own tea pot decoration.


http://chiswickhouseandgardens.org.uk/event/easter-weekend-opening/

 

Hogarth Youth Centre


If your children are aged between 8-19 and want to get involved in some brilliant FREE activities such as jungle survival skills, music production, cookery or beauty and health the Hogarth Youth Centre on Duke Road have got a great timetable over the Easter break. Have a look on the link below and get them booked in!


https://fsd.hounslow.gov.uk/kb5/hounslow/fsd/service.page?id=pA5nveNrpZE



Chiswick Theatre Arts


Are you used to being your child’s audience for their homemade shows?! If so they will LOVE the workshops at Chiswick Theatre Arts. The morning workshops for 3-8 year olds include fab themes such as ‘Under the Sea’ and ‘The World of Dr Seuss’.  Full day workshops are available for 6-12 year olds, budding dancers can learn the dance routines to Michael Jackson’s classic hits or pull together a ‘Play in a Day’.   Book your slot as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.


http://www.chiswicktheatrearts.com/copy-of-spring-half-term-workshops



A Big Day Out with Peter Rabbit at Kew Gardens


Head to Kew Gardens for a botanical bunny adventure from Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April. Fun, family activities include building a giant warren, exploring the food Peter would’ve found in Mr McGregors garden and creating your own bunny ears. Not to mention the delicious hot cross buns and other Easter treats you’ll find at their festival pop-up.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/a-big-day-out-with-peter-rabbit

 

Here Be Dragons


If dragons are more your thing Kew Gardens have got that covered too. From 30th March – 30th September follow the dragon trail and hunt for dragon sculptures.


https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/here-be-dragons



From all of us at Whitman and Co we hope you have a wonderful Easter.