Things to Do During the School Holiday with a Broken Bone.

April 18th, 2017

Yes it’s painful and very inconvenient but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy yourself during the school holidays, and thankfully, a break shouldn’t interfere with consuming chocolate eggs!


swimming pools, play-centres and parks are pretty much off the agenda, but here are ways to fill the days before term starts again.



Your local library is a great place to spend an afternoon, plus during school holidays they usually host special events which are fun and (best of all) free! Here’s what’s on in West Sussex libraries this Easter – check out your local library website for information about what’s on near you!



Your National Trust membership cards are gathering dust in a corner of your purse you rarely venture so it’s time to get them out and see what amazing Easter events they have planned for families!



It doesn’t matter how many times you visit a museum; you will learn something new every time, especially when there are plenty of one off workshops planned! See what’s on near you or head to the Observatory Science Centre in Hailsham for some immersive scientific experiments children of all ages will love.



Now is the perfect time to enjoy the stunning spectacle of a Bluebell wood with the Arlington Blue Bell Walk and farm trail. Make sure you have your camera at the ready!



There’s nothing better than messing about on the river; just ask Ratty and Mole. So take some time out from the hustle and bustle and enjoy a slower, watery pace as the world float by. You could always make it extra special and partake in an Easter bunny cruise! Click the link for details.



Take part in an organised one near you, or create your own in the back garden! Remember, a LimbO makes a brilliant bag to collect your eggs and we have it on good authority that the Easter Bunny himself always uses a LimbO to carry his eggs!