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Easter at Cogges

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Family fun at Cogges, open every day over the spring holidays.

Spot super-sized colourful eggs on the Easter trail. Try cooking and craft activities for kids in the Manor House, from cup-cake decorating to Easter bunny mask-making and paper-craft.

Say hello to the animals – goats, ponies, Cotswold sheep, rabbits and guinea pigs – and look out for some new woolly and feathered friends, with visiting lambs (hopefully!) and hatching chicks.

Adults can book a range of workshops, learn a new skill and try something new - make a gorgeous garland at their Easter wreath workshop on 1st April.

Cogges Kitchen Café and toddler play area is open daily from 9am with seasonal Easter treats, light lunches, cakes and refreshments.

For more info and to book your tickets: www.cogges.org.uk

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