Egg-straordinary Easter Hunts

Here’s your chance to participate in an Easter egg hunt at a castle or palace near you that also happen to be popular filiming locations:

Eltham Palace : Easter Adventure Quest
(April 2 - 24) —
Locate Easter eggs using clues and solving challenges at this art deco mansion on the site of Henry VIII’s childhood home in exchange for a chocolate treat and certificate.

Hampton Court Palace : The Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt
(April 2 - 18) —
Find the Lindt gold bunny statues along the trail in exchange for a 10 g chocolate reward at one of Henry VIII’s favorite residencies.
Filming location for Bridgerton +44 3333 206000
Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey KT8 9AU

Hever Castle & Gardens : Easter Family Fun
(April 2 - 18) —
Free Easter egg hunt with chocolate reward (locate the golden carrot for a chance to win an Easter hamper) and craft workshop on the grounds of Ann Boleyn’s childhood home.
Filming location for The Princess Bride
BONUS : Pre-book to save 10% on admission +44 1732 865224
Hever Rd, Hever, Edenbridge TN8 7NG

Hoppy Hunting!
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Fashionable Gifts for Mum

Mothering Sunday March 27th

Fashion & Textile Museum The Royal School of Needlework (RSN) is celebrating their 150th anniversary with a special exhibit at the Fashion and Textile Museum April 1-September 4. RSN was originally founded in 1872 to both preserve hand embroidery as an art form and support women working. 150 Years of the Royal School of Needlework: Crown to Catwalk will highlight the evolution of RSN and feature works from their 5,000 piece collection, including commissions for the British royal family and pieces designed by top designers and students.
Adults £12.65, concessions: £11.55, students £10.45 and under 12 free 2074 078664
83 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3XF

Prêt-à-Portea Launched in 2005, Prêt-à-Portea (meaning ready-to-wear fashion) is a stylish afternoon tea of delectables inspired by designers of the season. The Autumn/Winter 2021 collection includes a Balenciaga mandarin cheesecake with a chocolate hat, a Gucci mascarpone mousse with chocolate truffle riding hat and a McCartney cassis mousse with blackcurrant jelly. 
Seatings available March 26-27 and April 14-18 from £79 per person 2072 356000
Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RL

— Established in 1930 by combining the names of Oscar Benson and Colonel 'Bertie' Dickson, these 'quintessentially British' Bittermint dark mint chocolates are still made based on the original recipe. In 1962, the chocolatier was awarded a Royal Warrant 'By Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen' and Bendicks product remain popular today.

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