Schools across Bolton close for Easter on April 11th for the annual 2 week break. But don’t worry, there are a host of terrific events across our town to keep the children occupied.
On Saturday 12th April Hall I’th’ Wood Museum are holding a fun Easter Egg Hunt. It’s free and there’s no need to book ahead and is perfect for 4-11 year olds.
Libraries across Bolton are holding a series of events over the holidays. Blackrod library have a range of Easter activities planned on the 14th April. Bromley Cross Library have theirs on the 15th, Farnworth on the 17th, Harwood library also on the 17th and Breightmet Library on the 15th, so wherever you are in Bolton, kids can easily get involved.
Bolton town centre is set to be invaded with participants of its Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 19th April
On Easter Sunday itself, the Last Drop Village have a special Easter lunch for families to tuck into. Afterwards, local entertainers will keep the crowd amused and there’s an Easter Egg hunt too.
If you love music, then pay a visit to the charity music festival, happening across the town centre on Tuesday 22nd April. Lots of bands are performing, which all proceeds going to charity.
We’ll be adding more events as they’re announced, so keep checking our events pages for the latest on what’s happening in Bolton.
The Albert Halls have several shows running throughout the Easter period. The Dawn Dawson Academy of Dance have two “born to perform concerts” on Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th April. Then on Saturday 20th April it’s the family film club, before finally the Theatre Dance Studio and The Drifters take centre stage.
Cineworld have all the big Easter releases playing, including Captain America, Muppets Most Wanted and Starred Up.
Finally,get your skates on and head down to the Nevada Roller Rink. There's always themed events and activities happening.
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