There’s plenty to do this Easter holiday with Easter trails and colouring competitions not to mention discovering the history of delightful venues across North Kesteven.
During the Easter holidays, Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre, Cogglesford Watermill and Navigation House are all celebrating Easter with fun Easter trails.
Scale to the top of the watermill or discover the nooks and crannys at Navigation House, find the eggs and copy the design of each before claiming your chocolate prize. Trails are 50p each.
You can also take part in a free colouring competition at Cranwell Aviation Heritage Centre, view the Nose Art exhibition currently on display and be inspired by the iconic artwork on Second World War nose cones then create your own masterpiece. Age categories are up to and including six years and seven years and above. It is free to enter. For details contact 01529 308102 or email discovernk@n-kes teven.gov.uk.
At Easton Walled Gardens, near Grantham, children can follow the clues around the garden and claim an Easter egg prize. Gardens are open Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from 11am-4pm, adults £6.95, children £2.95 (extra £1.50 for the Easter Egg Trail).
On April 3, the walled gardens are opening in aid of the National Gardens Scheme for nursing and other charities. Normal admission, 11am-4pm.