Ten of the best things to do across Calderdale during Easter holidays

With the Easter holidays almost upon us it’s time to start thinking about where to go to keep the family entertained.

Thursday, 11th April 2019, 9:00 am
Best things to do this Easter

Here are ten of the best events that are taking place during the Easter holidays in Calderdale.

Theres a lot to keep the family busy at The Piece Hall, Halifax during the holidays including an Easter egg trail, making pom pom bunnies, decorating chocolate eggs and more. For details visit www.thepiecehall.co.uk.
Gordon Rigg Garden Centre in Todmorden has plenty of Easter themed activities on offer over the next few weeks from crafts and treasure hunts. These take place on April 15-19 and April 22-26.
The Jungle Experience at Manor Heath Park is inviting visitors to plant a pot, pouch or container of pretty spring flowering bedding plants on April 16. There are sessions at 10am - 11am, 11.15am-12.15pm and 2pm - 3pm.
Join the Shibden Bunny in search of eggs and friends hidden in Cunnery Wood at Shibden Hall, Halifax on April 18 and 25. There will also be the chance to make a felt Easter-themed craft. To book a place call 01422 352246.
For something to do during the holidays that isnt all about Easter, the Halifax International Market is coming back to the town centre from April 25 to 28 featuring lots of delicious food from across the world.
Kershaws Garden Centre in Brighouse is holding a number of sessions throughout the Easter holidays with different crafts and activities on offer. Sessions run from April 15 to 26 (not Easter Sunday).
During the Easter holidays the Piece Hall, Halifax is holding its first Wellbeing and Community Festival. There will be a number of different activities on offer during the weekend of April 27 and 28.
The World Dock Pudding Championships is returning to Mytholmroyd Community Centre on April 28 and is something a little bit unusual to add to your Easter holiday schedule.
From April 19-22, 11am-4pm, the Cadbury Bunny will have laid out clues all over Hardcastle Crags, Hebden Bridge, and will have visitors hunting high and low to claim a chocolatey reward.
Gordon Rigg Garden Centre is also holding a number of creature feature days on April 16 and 23 from 10am and 4pm. Visitors can get up close and meet a number of different creatures.