There are plenty of things to do in Stoke-on-Trent for people of all ages over the Easter half-term and here is StaffsLive’s guide.
Trentham Gardens host an Easter Trail, which includes a series of Easter hunt clues to follow around the gardens and lakes, with a prize at the end.
The Trail takes place at Trentham Gardens during April 15-17.
The cost is included with admission to the gardens and more information is available on 01782 646646.
Longton Park is hosting an Easter in the Park event on Easter Sunday.
There will be an Easter Bonnet Parade with music on the bandstand, and an Easter egg hunt.
The event runs from 11 am- 4pm on April 16 and is free to enter.
Contact Michelle Whalley on 07900822154 for more information.
Hanley Park is hosting an origami session as part of their Easter extravaganza.
Their is the chance to build an Easter basket using natural materials at the bowls pavilion at 2pm on April 10.
Gladstone Pottery Museum has a range of events over the Easter period.
They have an Easter fun day on April 12 which includes Easter animal storytelling between from 11am-1pm and 1.30pm-3pm.
There will also be face painting, balloon modelling and magic shows between 11 and 4.
There is also a Make a Faberge Egg event on April 14, in which visitors can decorate jewelled egg in a craft workshop from 11am-3pm.
It is also hosting a Meet the Animals day.
Goats, pigs, rabbits, lambs and chickens will be on site for visitors to pet and feed between 11am and 3pm.
All event prices at the museum are included with admission and more information is available on 01782 237777.
Emma Bridgewater Factory is holding Easter themed decoration sessions.
Visitors can decorate either an egg cup or a half pint mug if they visit between April 8-23.
Prices are £5 for an egg cup and £10 for a mug, with full information available at enjoystaffordshire.com
Denstone Hall Farm Shop and Cafe is hosting an Easter Fair on April 15.
The fair includes an Easter egg hunt, water zorbing, food tasting and a barbecue.
The event, which starts at 10am will be raising funds in aid of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.
Libraries across the city are also hosting various events for children over the Easter period.
On April 8, Longton Library and Stoke Library are hosting Easter-themed stories and crafts days.
Meir Library is having a Build your own Bunny event at 10:30 on April 10.
There is also an opportunity to make a birds’ nest at 2pm at Stoke Library on April 12.
A full list of the library events is available on stoke.gov.uk