Things to do this Easter in Surrey

March 24th 2016
By: Melanie Hollidge

There is always so much to do in Surrey, especially at Easter, from Easter Eggs hunts, to fun days out on the farm – so we have chosen our favourite picks.
Bockett’s Farm Friday 25th March - Sunday 10th April 2016
This is a lovely place to spend the day, especially in spring where visitors can get to see some of the new fluffy lambs, according to the farm hundreds of baby lambs are due this week. Children will get the chance to meet the new arrivals twice daily, where they hold a session about lambs and enable children to get up close to them.
Children will also have the opportunity to meet the cuddly bunnies and cute new chicks and ducklings at their animal handling session throughout the day.
Complete the Easter Trail around the farm and each child can take home a chocolate treat! And lots, lots more for more information please visit their website @
Hatchland’s Park Easter Egg Hunt 25th March – 28th March 2016
An Easter weekend wouldn’t be complete without an Easter Egg hunt, and this hunt looks to be very exciting for the little ones. They will get the chance to follow the trails around this beautiful park, solve clues and then claim their Cadbury’s chocolate prize for all their efforts.
The Dates and Times are:
25 March 11-15.30
26 March 11-15.30
27 March 11-15.30
28 March 11-15.30
For more information please follow this link
Passion play in Guildford High Street – 26th March 2016
This Saturday 26th March Life of Christ will meet up to put on a performance about the Passion of Easter to the shoppers in Guildford. The show which sweeps up the audience at Quarry Street and continues up the High Street, recountes the tale of crucifixion and resurrection and finishes just outside the Holy Trinity Church as the top.
Albury Vineyards 26th March 2016
This Saturday 26th March Albury Vineyards are hosting a family-friendly open day with Easter activities for children and sparkling wine for adults. Between 10am-16.00. Including an Easter egg lucky dip, story-telling, colouring and much more. Adults will be able to sample their two sparkling wines, and children and adults alike will be able to sample some of the honey which is made by bees that live at the vineyard and taste some locally made chocolate.
For more information please visit their website.