Seven things to do with the children in Kent this weekend

by Ellis Stephenson

So after all the Easter shenanigans you're probably looking for something to do that's not too taxing.

There's still plenty happening around the county.

Here's our pick of the hot things to do in the coming days around the county.

St George's Day is on Sunday, April 23

St George's Day is on Sunday, April 23

St George's Day parade Folkestone

Sunday, April 23

Huge puppets of St George and the Dragon will be doing the rounds in Folkestone.

After a parade, which starts at 11am, the day will be finished off with a fair at the Leas Cliff Hall.

 

Boss Baby is one of the biggest films of the year to date

Boss Baby is one of the biggest films of the year to date

 

Boss Baby In all main cinemas

There's still time to catch this top notch film.

The family-friendly animated comedy stars Alec Baldwin and tells the story of two brothers in a fight for attention.

 

Bluebell Festival Riverhill House, Sevenoaks

From Wednesday, April 19, to Sunday, April 23

If a relaxed afternoon walk is what you're after then why not give this a go?

As well as the walks there will also be an art exhibition and bluebell inspired crafts.

 

Wise Words Festival Canterbury

Friday, April 28, to Sunday, May 7

This festival is going to be just a hop, skip and a jump away from Canterbury's City Centre.

There'll be lots for the kids to do and take part in.

For more click here.

 

St George's Day is this weekend

St George's Day is this weekend

Hever Castle

The tales of St George will be heard far and wide this weekend.

Hever Castle will have a chance to make a fire breathing dragon in a free craft workshop.

For more go to hevercastle.co.uk.

 

We're Going on a Bear Hunt Theatre Royal, Margate

Saturday, April 29

Michael Rosen’s award-winning book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is brought vividly and noisily to the stage.

Go along with the kids and see what it does to the imagination.

 

Peppa Pig My First Cinema Experience is still in cinemas

Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience is still in cinemas

Peppa Pig In most cinemas

There's still time for your little ones to see everyone's favourite pig on the big screen.

She'll be there with George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig with an array of new episodes to delight the kids.

 

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