Have a Hoppy Easter at Ealing Broadway

Spring has officially sprung, and Easter is almost here, so it’s time to start thinking about all things tulips, bunnies and, of course, chocolate eggs!

Your guide to Easter celebrations starts here at Ealing Broadway – with everything you need to get your wardrobe and home ready for the new season, and plenty of egg-citing ways to enjoy the break.

Don’t forget to check out our opening times before your visit.

easter table dressing from next
image provided by Next.

 

Easter fun at home for the little ones

a wooden rabbit and shapes with paint next to it.
Image provided by Tiger.

With a two-week school break, you’ll be looking for plenty of things to do with the kids. And there’s lots of Easter fun to be had at home with the right supplies.

Head to Poundland or Tiger and pick up everything you’ll need for an Easter scavenger hunt – from eggs to baskets. 

Why not have an Easter arts and crafts day with paints, crayons, colouring pencils and more from WHSmith. Or for some outdoor fun get them exploring nature with some gardening gloves and seeds from Robert Dyas to plant some flowers or vegetables.

 

Find your Easter treats

two buckets of easter eggs
image provided by M&S.

For many of us, it simply wouldn’t be Easter without chocolate! From Cadbury chocolate Easter eggs to other classics like Creme Eggs and Mini Eggs, you’ll find all of your favourites at Tesco or Poundland

M&S also have lots of Easter treats ideas and luxury chocolate Easter eggs to choose from, including milk, white or dark eggs and even chocolate Easter hampers.

Chocolate sausage dogs at M&S, image provided by M&S.
Chocolate sausage dogs at M&S, image provided by M&S.

You’ll also find lots of Easter goodies to satisfy any sweet tooth at M&S, like the Easter Party Percy Pigs. Many stores now offer vegan options so no one has to miss out!

 

Other egg-stra special gifts

If you’ve not got a sweet tooth or you’re simply looking for alternative Easter gifts, you’ll find lots of unique gift ideas at Curated Collective, Pop Up Gallery and MINISO .

Whatever the occasion, it’s always nice to receive a handwritten card from a loved one so pick up an Easter card at Card Factory or Clintons to send to family and friends.

Or brighten up their day with a bunch of spring tulips or daffodils. You’ll find a range of Easter bouquets at M&S, Tesco, and Amazon Fresh.

For Easter beauty gifts head to Boots, The Body Shop and Beauty Base where you’ll find plenty of inspiration

For little ones, visit Argos to browse the latest Easter toys. A Lego Easter set, Hatchimals colleggtibles or an Easter Build-A-Bear are always popular choices. Or head to WHSmith or Waterstones to shop the bestselling Easter books – with Peter Rabbit always a popular choice!

 

Get your home ready for spring  

An easter wreath from Next
Image provided by Next.

It’s a great time of year for a refresh of your home and, especially if you’re hosting a family dinner this Easter, a spot of spring cleaning is likely on your to-do list. Visit Poundland for sprays and sponges galore.

For seasonal decor, Tiger and Next offer a range of Easter homeware – from seasonal art and crockery, to special ornaments for an Easter Tree or Easter Wreath.

Or switch up your colour palette to bring in a subtle hint of spring. Shop pretty pastel cushions, bedding and accessories at Primark, and browse the range of spring scents including freshly cut grass and cherry blossom candles at M&S.

egg ornaments hanging in a tree
Image provided by Next.

 

Spring wardrobe essentials

Whatever your style, H&M, River Island and Primark have a range of Easter outfits to suit all occasions.

And with the days starting to get longer and warmer, now is the perfect time to start transitioning your wardrobe for spring. Swap heavy winter coats for a lighter jacket, and switch jumpers for t-shirts and shirts.

A model wearing blue jeans and a paisley top
Image provided by River Island.

 

If you’re planning an Easter visit to Ealing Broadway, you can find the full list of our shops and restaurants on our Eat, Drink, Shop page.

 

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