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    Easter Events in Cambridgeshire
    Easter is approaching, and at LG Car Sales we’re well aware that that means finding things to keep the kids happy during the run up to the bank holiday. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of the ten best things to do in Ely and wider Cambridgeshire this Easter.

    1. Kids with an aptitude for rockets (i.e. most of them) will love making and testing rockets and paper aeroplanes at the American Air Museum. There’s Airfix galore in the Hands on Hangar, and a score board for the ambitious.

    Where: American Air Museum, Duxford
    When: March 31 – April 15, 12 noon – 4pm

    2. The Grantchester Meadows are a great place to explore and have a picnic this Easter. Kids can get their fill of the great outdoors – with bug hunting offered for an additional 50p – and the Orchard Tea Garden ‘just happens’ to be nearby for the grown-ups.

    Where: Wicken Fen
    When: April 3 – 10

    3. A less traditional Easter activity, the SINstitute of HipHop Arts festival is taking over The Junction, offering classes for beginners and advanced dancers (suitable for the under 5’s) as well as showcasing some amazing graffiti art and music.

    Where: Cambridge Junction
    When: April 5 – 13

    4. For those who love nature, or just fluffy lambs, Wimpole Hall is holding demonstrations as part of lambing seasons. You can see lambs being born, or just enjoying their first time in the sunshine.

    Where: Wimpole Hall
    When: Ends April 5, 10:30am – 5pm

    5. Real adventure beckons, as children can join up with the Wicken Warriors and go out on an exploratory field trip to conquer the wild fen. £4.50 entry fee per person.

    Where: Wicken Fen
    When: April 12, 10:30am – 12:30pm and 2pm – 4pm

    6. Science ahoy, as the Great Lode Egg Raft Race begins. Kids and parents can build their own egg box raft and race an eggy passenger down the Lode. There’ll also be face painting, games and competitions.

    Where: Anglesey Abbey
    When: April 8 – 9

    7. There’s dressing-up fun to be had at the Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey’s Easter parade. Guests can make their own Easter bonnet or bandanna and join in with willow weaving and painting, before embarking on the Easter trail.

    Where: Farmland Museum and Denny Abbey
    When: April 8 – 9, 10:30am – 5pm

    8. Parents may have to help out with the brain-teasing clues for Anglesey Abbey’s cryptic Easter egg hunt. The event will also include games, crafts and face painting.

    Where: Anglesey Abbey
    When: April 6 – 9, 11am – 4pm

    9. If you can’t get enough of figuring out where chocolate can be found, then double up on your Easter egg hunts at Audley End House and Gardens.

    Where: Audley End House and Gardens
    When: April 1 – 15

    10. There’s a fully-fledged fair at Burwash Manor, complete with prizes, arts and crafts, donkeys, rides and even a miniature railway. Parents can hang out at the barbecue, secure in the knowledge that all proceeds go to the Sick Children’s Trust at Addenbrooke’s.

    Where: Burwash Manor
    When: April 7, 10am – 4pm

    Now that you don’t have to worry about Easter, feel free to turn your thoughts to the range of great used cars we offer on finance.