Week one has passed us by in Southsea when all the chocolate has been devoured (have you any eggs left?). Lots of excitement has gone and maybe you are wondering what to do with your kids this week? Well, here is a roundup of what we think is a great way to spend your week! Have fun and let’s see some spring sunshine soon 🙂
If you do have some Easter chocolate left over then go visit Crafts On the Sea who has a wonderful recipe where you can throw all your leftover chocolate pieces in and make a fab slab chocolate the whole family will want to eat! I love this website and always find lots of ideas during holiday breaks.
Continuing with the Crafts on the Sea theme they have some amazing Sea craft activities and one which I always love is walking down to the beach and collecting pebbles to paint! Check out here for more ideas
Every day allowing for weather the Southsea Model Village is open from 10.30am until 4.30pm. Great prices at £4.00 an adult and £3.00 for children.
Arty Potz on Castle Road is open every day from Tuesday and if you call them they could have places available to go spend a couple of hours painting a piece of pottery to take home. My little boy loved this last time and it was well worth the money to keep something forever!
Mini-mornings at Vue Cinema is a great way to introduce your children to the cinema and for a great price too. This week Coco is showing and Maya the Bee: The Honey Games, for £3.24 including the booking fee it is a great way to spend some time with your kids.
This week sees the Netherland Circus wow us for the whole week with shows twice a day and reasonable prices. It looks like a great way to spend 2 hours for great family fun. Book now by going to the website or calling 0844 4155 228 for tickets
Bush Craft bandits is taking place at the Queen Elizabeth Country Park for children aged 7-12 years. This is a great activity for your kids to have fun in woodlands, making dens, having a go at fire skills and lots of bug hunting. Prices are £6.00 and call to book 02392 595040. You need to be able to stay with your child during this event!
Mini Makers is on at the Aspex Gallery where your children can go for free and have the opportunity to take part in accessible and friendly arts and crafts activities alongside their parent or guardian. It runs from 10.30am until 11.30am and no need to book as you can just turn up and enjoy!
Porchester Castle sees Porchester Football Academy offer a free session to boys and girls in year groups of 1-6 from 5pm until 6pm. More details here
Play Southsea is open from 9.30am at Eastney Methodist church, where your little ones can get messy and have sensory play.
Meet Peter Rabbit at the Spinnaker Tower and let your little ones have a cuddle with him. Times to meet him are 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, and 4pm. Vue Cinema are still showing the Peter Rabbit film this week so you could include this in your trip!
By Louise O’Brien