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Easter

  1. Easter 2019

    Easter 2019
    Easter 2019 Get ready for Easter 2019 now - we have some amazing Spring like outfits that are going to get you excited for the big, chocolate obsessed day! Easter Sunday is the 21st April this year - so it's not that far away! Easter ready! This hilarious Piggyback Rabbit Costume is ideal for anyone who loves the idea of...
  2. Easter 2018 - Easter bunnies, chocolate eggs and more!

    Well the chocolate eggs were on the supermarket shelves before we even made it to New Years, so we’ve had plenty of time to Easter prepare for Easter week. As with most things we feel that Easter is losing its magic, so we’re on a mission to bring it back! This year we want to see more people making an...
  3. Easter and Good Friday 2017

    Easter and Good Friday 2017
    Who's excited for Easter this year? Well, yeah everyone duh! Just think all that chocolate.... But that's not the only thing we look forward too. This year Easter is on Sunday the 16th of April, Good Friday is on the 14th and Easter Monday is on the 17th! Check out these fun facts! Every child in the UK receives an...
  4. Wizard of Oz Easter Panto

    Wizard of Oz Easter Panto
    Bournemouth’s Easter panto is The Wizard of Oz! From 2nd April you’ll be whisked off to a magical land with Dorothy and herWizard of Oz dog Toto. With a star studded cast and plenty of sing-a-longs it will a panto that the whole family can enjoy! Wizard of Oz Bournemouth Pavilion will spring to life this Easter with a professional production from Enchanted Entertainment. Watch in awe as L. Frank Baum’s classic tale, The Wizard of Oz is brought to life on stage on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd April. The star studded cast includes Dani Harmer from Tracey Beaker as Dorothy and comedy legend Bobby Davro playing the Scarecrow. You may also recognise Andrew Fleming from Britain’s Got Talent who will be playing the Tin Man! Continue reading →
  5. Easter Weekend!

    Easter Weekend!
    Well the chocolate eggs were on the supermarket shelves before we even made it to New Years, so we’ve had plenty of time to prepare for Easter week. As with most things we feel that Easter is losing its magic, so we’re on a mission to bring it back! This year we want to see more people making an effort! It’s a celebration of new life and shaking off the winter blues ready for a fresh start in Spring. Flowers are blooming again and who knows, the sun might even make an appearance! From Good Friday on the 25th March to Easter Monday on the 28th March, spread hope, joy and love! Easter Tradition With a whole host of religions and belief systems flooding into the UK we appreciate that some of the traditions of Easter have been diluted, but that doesn’t mean we should drop it all together. For Christians, it is a celebration of Jesus’ resurrection after he was put to death for our sins. Schools and churches will often hold plays and Bible readings or even parades especially on Easter Sunday. Egg hunts are another tradition where chocolate or decorative eggs are hidden and children have to find them all. Continue reading →
  6. The Big Bournemouth Beer Festival

    The Big Bournemouth Beer Festival
    What better way to spend the Easter Bank Holiday than trying some of the best beer the UK has to offer?!Beer Festival From the 3rd to 5th April the Bournemouth International Centre is hosting The Big Bournemouth Beer Festival! Now in its 6th Year this beer festival is certainly becoming a spring staple for Bournemouth and we expect to see it return for many more years to come. Come and sample a huge selection of real ales from across the UK all under one roof. There will be a comical selection of novelty beers to try too, not to mention fruity ciders, perry and delicate wines. Food stalls and bar snacks will also be available on site to soak up all the alcohol! Beer O’clock? Each Day will have plenty of excitement to offer so why not make a weekend of it? Friday’s event will run from 6:30pm-11:30pm, which certainly beats a night at the pub when you have hundreds more beverages to taste! On Saturday there will be a leisurely afternoon affair running from 12pm-5pm, giving you a chance to recover from the night before and then starting up again for another 6:30-11:30 run in the evening. But that’s not all folks! To wind down the weekends fun and games, there will be a “Sup-Up Sunday” event which will be completely free starting at 12pm! Continue reading →
  7. Easter Weekend 2015

    Easter Weekend 2015
    Spring is starting to emerge and chocolate eggs and bunnies fill the supermarket shelves, this can only mean it is Easter time! Most people nowadays see EasterEaster as a time to eat lots of chocolaty treats and look at cute pictures of fluffy baby animals, but we can do that any time! Easter is more of a spiritual event than we give it credit for these days. What Is Easter About? Easter is traditionally a celebration of Jesus’ resurrection after he was put to death on a crucifix. He was thought to be the son of God by the Christian religion and as such, this was a miracle to behold. Churches and schools across the country hold ceremonies to remember all that Jesus did for them in dying for their sins. In the leading up to Easter Christian also celebrate Holy week in which they celebrate the last weeks of Jesus’ life before re-birth and tell the stories from the Bible about his last supper and his betrayal from Judas. Long before Jesus’ time some European countries worshiped the Goddess of Spring, whose name was Eostre. Their belief was that the sun died in the winter and was born again in spring time and that this was the goddesses doing. Some believe that is was after her that Easter was named. Continue reading →

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