Kenward Trust in Yalding to hold Easter Family fun day on Easter Monday

by Lauren Abbott

A popular Easter Monday family event is offering free entry to children.

The Kenward Trust in Yalding is promising families a fantastic bank holiday outing with its fun day running from 10.30am until 3.30pm on Monday, April 22.

Walk on the Wild Side is taking place for the third year running within the grounds of the trusts's beautiful Georgian House.

Sandra Durling, from East Peckham Guinea Pig Rescue holds "Stuart Little" at last year's event
Sandra Durling, from East Peckham Guinea Pig Rescue holds "Stuart Little" at last year's event

Entry is just £2 for adults and under 12 go free!

Lots of Easter fun is promised with attractions including children's rides and games and play area, live wood carving and an Easter egg trail in the woodland walk.

There will also be a variety of animals to meet and greet including goats, guinea pigs, and aplacas, a range of craft stalls whilst the site's Sage and Time café will be open serving refreshments throughout the day.

The cafe will be open serving refreshments
The cafe will be open serving refreshments

Penny Williams, chief executive of the Kenward Trust said: “We are really looking forward to hosting Walk on the Wild Side again this year, as spring is blooming across our Yalding site.

"It promises to be a fun-filled day for families with more entertainment than ever and a bustling market on site too.”

To out more information about other events coming up, visit the website here.

For a round-up of Easter egg hunts and trails taking place around the county please click here.

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