Have an Easter Egg hunt at home…
Our sister site Funky Party has got everything you need to make the perfect Easter Egg Hunt, but if you’ve already missed the boat with that then it’s just as easy – and maybe more fun – to make your own. I’ve rounded up the best ideas on this Pinterest board here so that everyone in the family can have fun doing an egg hunt on Easter Sunday. Even the adults can join in with a very special Adult Easter Egg Hunt – but you’ll have to scour the Pinterest board for more about that…
…or take part in a Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt
If you don’t have the time to do your own egg hunt, then lucky you, as those lovely folks over at Cadbury’s have gone and done the hard work for you! They’ve scattered little chocolate bunnies across 300+ National Trust spots in the UK, and you’ll have to locate them by solving the clues. Sound good? Head over to their website to find your nearest egg hunt.
Have an Easter Bake-Off
If you don’t wanna spend time hunting down eggs and instead wanna get your bake on, why not have a bake-off? There are all sorts of weird and wonderful Easter baking ideas floating around on that there Pinterest again, whilst I once wrote a blog on the best Cadbury’s Creme Egg Recipes out there, which I’m sure you’ll agree is pretty apt at this egg-shaped time of the year. Rock on.
Explore The Great Outdoors
Wherever you are in the country, you could always just have a day out with the fam to take advantage of the (hopefully) glorious weather and without worrying about work or school the next day. It’s always gonna be hard to cover everyone – so maybe a quick Google would be best for some – but there are plenty of lists already out there for all of the major UK cities like Bristol, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham and London (of course).
Just remember: whatever it is you get up to this Easter Sunday, make sure it’s a Funky one!