What's on around Petersfield and East Hampshire today, March 30, 2018
HERE’S your guide to what’s on today, as compiled by the Post series.
CLANFIELD: Queen Elizabeth Country Park, from 10am. Easter Bunny Hop Trail. At the Visitor Centre pick up a chocolate treat and get crafty after following the trail, packs includes trail guide, pencil, craft and chocolate prize, available at the Visitor Centre. This activity is self-guided and available during opening hours. Cost £3.
SELBORNE: Gilbert White’s House, The Wakes, High Street, 10.30am. Easter Bunny Hunt, bunnies will be hiding throughout the grounds you will need to navigate them using a compass (provided). Suitable for all ages, free with admission. For further details contact 01420 511275 or visit www.gilbert whiteshouse.org.uk
GODALMING: Priorsfield School, Priorsfield Road, 10am to 4pm. AppArt Easter Art Exhibition and Sculpture Trail to be opened by Roger Dellar. Free admission. For further details visit www.appart online.co.uk
PETERSFIELD: Museum, Old Police Station, St Peters Road, 10am to 4pm. In Pursuit of Spring. The work of Portsmouth artist Ben Mackay inspired by the journey taken by Edward Thomas. Normal museum admission applies. Contact 01730 262601 or visit www.petersfieldmuseum.co.uk
PETERSFIELD: Good Intent, College Street, 8pm. Roy Peplow. Free entry. Call 01730 263838.
GUILDFORD: Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Millbrook, 8pm. Love from a Stranger by Agatha Christie and Frank Vosper. Tickets from £28.50. For further information contact 01483 440000 or visit www.yvonne-arnaud.co.uk
Organisers of events also can enter details on this website so that residents and visitors can have the widest choice of entertainments and activities to enjoy in Petersfield, East Hampshire and beyond.