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Easter crafts to keep at Castle

PUBLISHED: 10:55 08 April 2011 | UPDATED: 19:09 20 February 2013

Families are invited to make Easter hats and bunny ears to take home on Wednesday, 13 April, and catch some sun by making Easter sun catchers and crowns on Wednesday, 20 April.

There are some cracking ways to get ready for Easter at Upnor Castle this month.

Families are invited to make Easter hats and bunny ears to take home on Wednesday, 13 April, and catch some sun by making Easter sun catchers and crowns on Wednesday, 20 April.

The activities are suitable for children of all ages and run from 10.30am and 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm on both dates. Normal admission prices apply (5.50 for adults, 3.50 for children, family ticket 14.50) plus 50p for craft materials.

Theres no need to book in advance just turn up and have fun.

For more information contact Upnor Castle on 01634 718742

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