April 4, 2022
Whether you are planning to celebrate Easter, Passover or observing Ramadan this month, there’s something for everyone this spring in Battersea, Nine Elms and Vauxhall.
For the young people in your life, Nine Elms-based youth organisation FAST are hosting a range of affordable activities and trips during the school holidays, check out the FAST Instagram page for more information.
Easter Unlocked is back with a free programme of activities, plus a free nutritious meal. It’s eligible for children aged four to 19 (up to 25 years for those with SEND) on free school meals and is run by Wandsworth Council with funding from the Department for Education. Eligible families will be contacted directly but parents who think their child may be eligible can find out more about Easter Unlocked and book online.
Want your kids to learn new skills whilst having fun during the holidays? There are plenty of activities with Vauxhall City Farm’s Easter Club starting from 4 April and free for any children who qualify for free school meals.
Does your child love football instead? Ginga Soccer School are running an Easter Holiday Camp at Powerleague Nine Elms. Find out how to book Ginga Soccer School.
For families, there will be lots of happy hopping bunnies with Battersea Power Station’s free Hoppy Easter activities from 9 to 10 April and 15 to 18 April, including an Easter Bunny Egg Hunt, a Petting Zoo and Maze, outdoor games, pop-up food and drink huts.
If you can’t make those dates – try out the Easter Egg hunt at Embassy Gardens with artisan Cartografie Chocolate running from 14 to 16 April, or if you’re visiting Battersea Park Zoo there’s an Easter Egg hunt taking place from 4 to 17 April to keep the little ones occupied.
There’s plenty going on for the adults over the holidays too!
Step into spring with calming and mindful yoga at the ROSE community clubroom, or if you fancy turning things up a notch – try out a tempo pumping session with Static indoor bike studio.
Meeting up with mates during the bank holiday weekend? Check out our list of bars and restaurants for where to eat and drink in Nine Elms.
Unwind with a drink and some live music on Wednesday evenings or Sunday lunchtimes at Darby’s.
For musical lovers, an adaptation of But I’m A Cheerleader is playing until 16 April at Turbine Theatre, and for cinephiles you can catch the latest award-winning films in the railway arch next door at Cinema in the Arches.
Over in Vauxhall, Above The Stag host lots of late night comedy, music and cabaret for a fun night out. If you fancy something a bit more active – why not try out axe throwing at Whistlepunks?
Go out for a coffee and a walk along the river and through Battersea Park, it’s always lovely for some fresh spring air and river views!
Want to take in the sights of central London or Greenwich? Hop on an Uber Boat by Thames Clippers from Battersea Power Station or St George Wharf for a scenic way to travel.
If you’re up for an adventure to other parts of London, you can now get to 15 hotspots within 15 minutes from the new Battersea Power Station underground or Nine Elms station, see where it could take you and all the fun things you can do!
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