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Easter holiday activities for families and kids in the Vale

by Editor

It can be hard to find activities to keep children happy and entertained without spending a lot of money. 

We have compiled a list of the top five activities to do with the children this half term across the Vale. 

Barry Island Bunny Run, Barry Island 

Meet at the Barry Island Promenade for a 2km family fun run this easter. 

Penarth Times: Visit Barry Island for the Easter 2K Fun run. Visit Barry Island for the Easter 2K Fun run. (Image: newsquest)The 2km run will be around the promenade and the beach and will start at 11am on Tuesday, March 26 

Easter Egg Hunt and Crafts, Penarth 

Friends of Belle Vue Park are hosting an easter fun event on Easter Sunday, March 31.

Penarth Times: The easter event will take place at Belle Vue Park. The easter event will take place at Belle Vue Park. (Image: Newsquest)The easter egg hunt and crafts table will start at 10:30am followed by the Easter Egg Hunt.

Entry costs £3 per child with the event held at Belle Vue Park in Penarth. 

Cardiff City v Sunderland, Cardiff

Why not support your local team as Cardiff City take on Sunderland at the Cardiff City Stadium on Friday, March 29 (Good Friday).

Penarth Times: Kids go for £1 to see Cardiff face Sunderland on Friday, March 29. Picture: Huw Evans Agency Kids go for £1 to see Cardiff face Sunderland on Friday, March 29. Picture: Huw Evans Agency (Image: Huw Evans Agency)Kids under 16 go for £1 with a full paying adult with kick-off at 3pm for Easter.

Easter Eggventure Trail & Fun Day, Sully

Sully PTA is hosting a family fun day at Sully Sports and Social Club on Saturday, March 30. 

Penarth Times: Sully Sports Club is hosting an easter family fun day. Picture: GoogleSully Sports Club is hosting an easter family fun day. Picture: Google (Image: Google)The day will be filled with Easter craft activities, Bouncy Castle, Softplay, an Easter egg hunt and a BBQ for everyone to enjoy.

All profits will go towards providing activities and equipment for the Children of Sully Primary School. 

Forage Farm, Cowbridge 

Forage Farm is celebrating Easter with a visit from the Easter bunny between March 30 and April 1. 

Penarth Times: Why not visit Forage farm this easter. Picture: GoogleWhy not visit Forage farm this easter. Picture: Google (Image: Google)Children get a photo opportunity with the Easter bunny, there is also rock climbing, little trotters pony petting and a tractor trailer trail.

The trail will involve spotting the hidden chicks around the farm.

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