Easter Eggstravaganza

Family fun with the Friar this Easter.

EASTER SHENANIGANS.

This Saturday 8th April, join us for our Easter Eggstravaganza in support of Kidscan, a local children’s cancer research charity. Bring your bunnies down for a hopping good time at our jam-packed family-fun day!

SATURDAY 8TH APRIL // 10-2PM // £3 PER ADULT, £2 PER CHILD

With an Easter Egg Hunt, kid’s DJ, charity tombola, bubble blowing, arts & craft table, face painting and more – there’s plenty to keep the little ones entertained all morning. Plus, it’s all for a good cause with all ticket proceeds going directly to Kidscan.

TICKETS HERE

SPRING GARDEN.

Ready for some fun in the sun? We’re hosting the Eggstravaganza in our award-winning Garden, the perfect space for a chocolate egg hunt. Our outdoor kitchen and bar will be open serving freshly made flatbreads, breakfast rolls, juices and coffee (and booze, for when the kid’s sugar high gets a little much).

If you’re eager to hang around, join us for lunch! Book a table in the Pub or Restaurant later on – our new Spring á la carte and little tuckers menu is available all day. Book here.

 

KIDSCAN.

All money from ticket sales and activity donations will go to Kidscan, a Salford research charity that works to improve and develop treatments for children diagnosed with cancer. We’re extremely grateful and excited to be working with this wonderful charity – we hope your support will aid and raise more awareness of their work.

See more about Kidscan here.

GRAB YOUR TICKETS.

We’re running two sessions, 10am-12pm and 12pm-2pm – make sure to purchase tickets at your preferred arrival time.

Tickets are £2 for children and £3 for adults, including entry to the garden, the easter egg hunt, and all children’s entertainment on site. We are asking for charity donations for some extra activites. Food and drink will also be available to buy from our Garden kitchen.

GET TICKETS HERE.

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