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Easter at Teesside Park

Brilliant things to do and discover this Easter

Plan Easter egg hunts, see movies, kids’ special menus and more

It’s Easter Sunday on 31 March so start planning your celebrations, lunches, at-home egg hunts and things to do with the kids over the school holidays using our bumper Easter guide at Teesside Park.

1. Find delicious and original eggs at Hotel Chocolat and Marks & Spencer

Hotel Chocolat Easter

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With 30 brand new products (including Extra Thick Eggs and the ever-handy Easter Egg Hunt) plus Tiddly Pots for little ones, luxury chocolate quail eggs and gorgeous hampers to share, head to Hotel Chocolat for all of your Easter goodies. Sign up to their VIP.Me for discounts and special offers in-store too.

Marks & Spencer’s Easter selection is even bigger and better this year with Colin the Caterpillar and Percy Pig bum bags, grown-up Eggspresso Martini eggs and cute puppy and kitten-shaped delights.

2. Kid-friendly places and kids eat free menus for Easter

TGI Fridays Easter

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Join TGI FridaysStripes Rewards scheme and kids can eat free all day, every day with chicken burgers, tenders, hot dogs and sides plus drink or head to the brand-new and welcoming wagamama (from £5) which offers kids’ plates of ramen, chicken katsu and more.

There are also brilliant kids’ menus at Pizza Express (dough balls, pizza, pasta or salad, dessert and Bambinoccino, all for £7.95); Pizza Hut (£7.99 for unlimited drinks and salad plus a main) and Nando’s kids’ meals of chicken strips, burgers, corn on the cob and chips (£5.95) with a choice of drink or frozen yoghurt.

With Tim Hortons, McDonald’s and Burger King, you can’t go wrong for easy family treats…

Keep up to date on our latest offers here.

3. Vegan, nut-free and other Easter food ideas

Need some chocolate alternatives for dairy- or nut-free and vegans and Fairtrade ideas? Hotel Chocolat, Marks & Spencer, Next and Holland & Barrett have inspired choices featuring eggs from Plant Kitchen and Nomo alongside gummies and pick’n’mix packets.

4. Create your very own at-home Easter egg hunt

Hobbycraft Easter

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From ready-made Easter egg hunt signs and clues to DIY trails (make one with some colourful marker pens, cards, stickers and ribbons), Teesside Park has you covered. Pop into The Works, TK Maxx, Poundland, WH Smith and Hobbycraft for lovely ideas.

5. Take them bowling

Hollywood Bowl is a brilliant day out whatever the weather – with 24 lanes, a bar, an arcade and cafe, it gives hours of fun. With amusements, American pool, slot machines and air hockey, you can win prizes and go head to head.

6. Easter cooking and baking

Want to make Easter cakes and biscuits together? Marks & Spencer have plenty of ingredients and baking sets while ProCook and TK Maxx have fun Easter-shaped bakeware and cookie cutters.

7. See a family movie together

Plan a big-screen afternoon out together at Showcase Cinema de Lux with Easter holidays films for all ages including Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire and Kung Fu Panda 4 out in time for the school holidays. There are Totally Tots mini movies for £3.45 with lowered volume and lighting plus Baby Cinema for carers and parents in need of a break at £5.50. Just add popcorn and pick’n’mix.

8. Alternative Easter treats and toys

Lush Easter

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From make-your-own games to huggable soft bunnies, give them a gift that’ll last long past Easter Sunday from The Works and TK Maxx. For smaller kids, Asda Living is filled with Hot Wheels, Barbie and Paw Patrol toys while Lush, WH Smith and Nike Unite are perfect for teens.

9. Spring fashion and beauty for Easter

Marks & Spencer Easter

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For this spring’s denim, sporty knits and men’s ribbed knit polos or discover new-season releases at Marks & Spencer. River Island and Next. Daisies are a huge trend right now with pink pendants and earrings at Pandora and Marc Jacobs’ Daisy perfume at Boots.

For kidswear including bunny-embroidered dresses and cardigans, animal-shaped slippers and cute T-shirts: find everything you need for spring dressing at Next, Mamas & Papas and TK Maxx.

10. Easter hampers, flowers and gifts

Gorgeous spring blooms; luxe cocktails, mocktail and prosecco; afternoon tea hampers; hot cross buns and Simnel cakes? Give a gorgeous gift to someone this Easter with ideas from Marks & Spencer, and Asda Living. (Or go for a beauty hamper from Lush.)

11. Easter crafting and decorating ideas

Next Easter

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Happy Easter balloons, pastel-coloured egg and flower wreaths, egg-shaped paper baubles, tablescaping ideas including coloured glasses and flower-shaped plates plus seasonal cushions, welcome mats and faux flower decorations. Embrace the excitement of the new season with pretty decor from The Works, Asda Living, Next and TK Maxx.

12. Plan Easter Sunday lunches and celebrations

For a sitdown lunch for the whole family – whether you’re making a traditional Sunday roast or planning a fun barbecue (weather depending) or buffet full of finger foods – head to Marks & Spencer for lots of brilliant ideas…

From picking up Easter eggs via Click & Collect to family days out together, plan your trip to Teesside Park here.