This Easter we will welcome back our much-loved Blakemere Bunny and of course, the ever-popular face painting sessions, chick handling and circus workshops. Make sure you also hop along to the interactive Easter Bunny Trail, Saturday 1st to the 16th of April, guaranteed fun for the whole family.

Easter Bunny Trail

Saturday 1st April – Sunday 16th April – 10am to 4pm

Easter at Blakemere

Hop along to Blakemere this Spring Break to help the Easter Bunny find his friends, hiding around Blakemere in this fun children’s trail. 

Easter bunny trail maps are available from the visitor information centre from the 1st – 16th April 10am – 4pm, £5 each with a prize for each child at the end.

Guaranteed fun for the whole family!

Memory-making events this Easter

Sunday 2nd April – 10.30am to 4pm
Small Street Market

Friday 7th April – 11am to 4pm
Face painting *

Easter at Blakemere

Friday 7th April  – 11am to 4pm
Guest appearances by our much-loved Blakemere Bunny

Friday 7th April – from 6.30pm
Tina Turner tribute act, Blakemere Village Social

Saturday 8th April  – 4pm to 6pm
The Playbarn Easter Party *

Saturday 8th April  – from 6pm
DJ & Sax/Percussion, Blakemere Village Social   

Sunday 9th April  – 11am to 4pm
FREE Chick Handling

Sunday 9th April  – from 5pm
Motown Evening, Blakemere Village Social

Monday 10th April  – 11 am to 4pm
FREE Circus workshop

*Charges apply

Easter family favourites

Something for everyone!

Easter makes the ideal time to get outside and try something new at Blakemere. With activities suitable for all abilities, Cheshire Outdoors offers a programme of thrilling pursuits, including crazy golf, low ropes, axe throwing, air rifles and archery. For keen crafters of any age, Cheshire Craft Workshop has over 500 pieces of useful and decorative pottery to choose from. Over at Crafts in the Corner, children can paint, decoupage, and try their hand at some fun sand art.

Other firm family favourites include The Playbarn, children’s playground and funfair, bird of prey aviary, and miniature railway (weekends only).

Tickle your Tastebuds

Food and Drink at Blakemere

It’s easy to spend all day at Blakemere this Easter, with plenty of drinking and dining opportunities to tickle the tastebuds. Start the day with coffee and cake at Steve’s Artisan Experience in the cobbled courtyard, before taking the short walk to Classic Treats to stock up on ice creams and sweets.

Make a pilgrimage to The Village Restaurant for lunch and end your day relaxing in the heated tipi at Blakemere Village Social,where smoky, woodfired pizzas and fish & chips are served alongside perfectly poured cocktails.

Make sure you also leave some time to sample the range of real ales at the Wee Howff micropub.


Blakemere Village
Shop / Shopping Centre
Play area at Blakemere Village

Situated in the heart of Cheshire just outside Chester, Blakemere Village is home to a unique collective of independent shops, built in and around a stunning Edwardian stable block.



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