Leisurely look back at Easter in the Isle and the region

There is plenty to keep youngsters occupied this Easter out and about in the region.

By Nigel Booth
Tuesday, 02 April, 2019, 18:05
Children at Crowle Primary School perform Wind in the Willows as their Easter production in 2013

You can also visit the farm over the Easter break for its Bunny Bonanza event. What's in stall? Meet its very own 'bunny in blue' and take a picture with him, egg hunt around the farm (win a family pass), take part in various crafts and activities, enjoy themed food and drink (extra charge), plus lots more.

The farm’s much-loved tractor trailer ride and small animal handling will still be taking place for visitors to enjoy.

Here we take a look back at the Easter events that have taken place in the region over the years.

It includes a black and white picture (far left) of Westwoodside Primary school pupils show off their Easter bonnets in this photo taken in the 1950s and Children enjoying the Ladybirds Playgroup’s Easter fun day in Misterton in 2018.

Also pictured are Children at Epworth Memorial Chapel's Jack in the Box playgroup are presented with 'real' Easter eggs.

To be included in the Epworth Bells retro section send Jpeg images and information to nigel.booth@jpress.co.uk. 

Children enjoying the Ladybirds Playgroups Easter fun day in Misterton in 2018

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Westwoodside Primary school pupils show off their Easter bonnets in this photo taken in the 1950s
Children at Epworth Memorial Chapel's Jack in the Box playgroup are presented with 'real' Easter eggs in 2013
Children at Crowle Primary School perform Wind in the Willows as their Easter production
Youngsters in Woodfield Park with the Easter Bunny in 2016
Blake Gregory at the wheel of a tractor at Pink Pig Farm in 2011
Doncasters Waterdale Shopping Centre Family Easter Egg Hunt in 2016