You’d be forgiven for thinking that there’s not much to do with the family this Easter, with everything still being closed and social distancing in place.
But you might be surprised to learn that there are a plethora of Easter activities within a short drive of Thame. Here is a selection of our favourites.
Our local National Trust treasure comes up trumps again, offering Easter trails and woodland walks through the magnificent grounds. This is a firm favourite in the calendar, and we’re delighted to see the activities being laid on over the Easter holidays.
From Friday April 2nd to the 9th you can visit the picturesque village of Ewelme to hunt for a trail of decorated bunnies. This could be a thoroughly pleasant afternoon or morning, spent mooching around the magical tracks and chocolate box cottages.
More National Trusting with this one, a slightly longer drive from Thame (approximately 40 minutes) but well worth the effort. Booking in advance is recommended, as their exceptional grounds will be a popular backdrop for their own Easter egg hunt.
Right here in your own backyard, Cornerstone Church have put together a treasure hunt with clues to solve along the way. Simply visit the Thame Hub website, scan the code and your first clue will be sent to you!