Even though the weather is looking favourable, please don’t be tempted to travel - stay at home to help keep others safe. Remember you can still go out for your daily exercise but remember to keep it local and avoid interaction with other people. We’ve been in lockdown for a few weeks now so you’re probably starting to run out of activity ideas. There are loads of ideas online, as well as useful videos. Here’s some suggestions for things you could try this Bank Holiday weekend:
1. Board Games
Take a break from your games consoles and try a good old‐fashioned board game! It will give you a chance to spend some quality time with your family and can be really fun, especially if you’ve got a competitive streak!
2. Try some baking
Baking is another great way to spend time with each other. It can also be a stress relief for some people and a great opportunity to be creative. Plus – who doesn’t love cake!?
3. Do an Easter Egg Hunt at home
Many families would usually head out to enjoy the many Easter Egg Hunts that are on offer, so why not create one at home. There will be loads of great hiding places in your house and if you have a garden, why not venture out there too.
4. Visit Wolds Wildlife Park virtually
Get up close to the animals at Wolds Wildlife Park on their Facebook page. They are posting regular updates about what the animals are up to, plus some great videos showing their cheeky behaviours.
5. Set up camp in your garden
Dig out your tent and spend the night under the stars. If you don’t have a tent you can always make your own out of bedsheets in your living room. It’s just as fun and a great chance for your kids to use their imagination.
6. Have a Kick-Up competition
Challenge your family to see how many kick-ups they can do. Make sure you keep score and whoever wins gets a prize! It’s load of fun and you’ll also improve your hand‐eye coordination!
7. Play Catch
It’s simple but can be lots of fun! Get the whole family involved and create challenges for each other. How many times can you pass the ball in 30 seconds? How long can you last without dropping it?
8. Make a Scrapbook
Scrapbooks are a fun and creative way to display your memories or favourite things to do. If you have visited the Wolds recently, dig out your photos and get sticking! Where did you go? What was your favourite thing to do? You can also create an online scrapbook if you do not have a printer.
9. Plan your next visit to the Wolds
We cannot wait to welcome you back to the Wolds! If you haven’t visited before, take a look at our website to see just how much there is on offer. Fabulous walks, exciting activities, plus a great range of accommodation offering you a relaxing stay. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for regular updates.
10. Spread the love
Join in and spread the love on social media and share your photos of the Lincolnshire Wolds. Tell us where you went, what you did and how great it was! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #lovelincswolds on Twitter and Instagram and you could be entered in to a free prize draw to win a Lincolnshire produce hamper! (Terms and Conditions apply - https://lovelincolnshirewolds.com/terms-conditions)