There’s no better place to be in the spring-time than our British towns and cities.
Whether heading to the seaside, exploring our historic cities or discovering one
of the quirkiest shopping districts around, there’s so much to see and do this
Easter. From learning how to make chocolate to family crafts, our round-up has
some inspiration for turning a Town & City Gift Card into a fun Easter experience.
1) An Easter chocolate making course in Blairgowrie. Not only does
Taystful create gorgeous artisan chocolates and cakes, they can even teach
you how to make your own Easter gift! The 2 hour online Easter chocolate
making session is led by multi-award winning chocolatier Shona Sutherland
and is a hands-on course. You’ll make delicious chocolate truffles, Easter
lollipops and package them up in a patterned half chocolate egg shell with a
hollow chocolate bunny! See all of the other businesses where you can spend
your REDS Rural Gift Card.
2) A family craft session in Wolverhampton. Get busy this Easter as you
create your very own pinwheel windmill, at a family craft session hosted by
local artist Suzie Lavender. You’ll also create a colourful plant pot and sow a
flower seed, all ready to bloom this spring! Book here for various sessions
held at the Mander Centre Community Hub. Whilst you’re in the city, how
about checking out the 100 plus businesses who are part of the
Wolverhampton Gift Card?
3) Fish and chips by the seaside in Minehead. Feel the sand beneath your
toes with a trip to the seaside in Minehead. Pick up fish and chips from the
Alcombe Fish Bar and explore the small independent shops in the town.
Minehead is also the gateway to Exmoor, the starting point for the South
West Coast Path, so you could even make a weekend of it with a stay at The
Beach Hotel. See even more businesses who are part of the Minehead Gift
4) A walking tour of Canterbury. What better way to get out and see the
charming historic town of Canterbury than on a walking tour with Canterbury
Guided Tours. They even have a 75 minute family fun tour in April, featuring
Canterbury’s grizzly history, spooky stories and the pilgrims. Canterbury
Guided Tours is part of the Canterbury Gift Card.
5) Lunch and shopping in the West End. Take a wander around Glasgow’s
West End this Easter, home to Byres Road and its quirky lanes. One of
Glasgow’s most bohemian neighbourhoods, the West End is packed with
unique and original traders and a buzzing food scene. For independents, try
Café Swiss for afternoon tea, cakes and coffee, S’mug Coffee Bar for yummy
treats and delicious coffee and Zizzi for fine Italian fare. See all of the places
to spend your West End Gift Card.
For even more Easter inspiration, check out the 70 plus Town & City Gift Card