How to have an egg-cellent easter!

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How to have an egg-cellent Easter!

Easter is that time of year when people enjoy eating chocolate eggs, but it is also a time to spend with the family and a great opportunity to go outside and enjoy the spring weather in Hounslow.

Around Hounslow there are a variety of Easter options to make it an egg-cellent time for all of the family and to encourage everyone to get out an egg-cercise. 

Earn rewards by eggs-ercising
Earn some rewards while you are enjoying your local Easter hunt.  BetterPoints is a great way to earn rewards whilst eggs-ercising with the whole family. You can download BetterPoints from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

BetterPoints is a national reward programme which tracks your physical activity and gives you points for walking, cycling and running. You can earn even more points on the One You Hounslow programme so make sure you download the Betterpoints app before going out and about in Hounslow!  When you have collected enough points you can either donate the points to a charity of your choice or get vouchers to spend on the high street. The points can be used on different chains in your area, why not check it out?

So this Easter take your family out for a nice family activity and collect your points together. You can make it into a game with your children or a contest with your friends. It is a great way to spend time with your friends and family while staying active during the holiday. To find out more see here.

Easter at the Hogarth Youth Center

There are a range of activities for young people aged 8 to 18 at Hogarth Youth Centre including football, Junior, Intermediates and Senior clubs and trips, Family Fun Day, Craft Day, Youth Awards.  To find out more see here.

Easter at Hanworth Youth Centre

Hanworth Youth Centre are offering people a variety of sessions over Easter time, including fun packed trips and workshops; all of which are free.  The activities range from cooking to sports to art.  To find out more see here


You can get your bike checked and repaired for free by mechanics to encourage you to get it out of the shed and start using it again now that spring has sprung!

Dates and locations

9:00 - 11:00am on Saturday 1 April - Hounslow Civic Centre, Lampton Road, TW3 4DN
9:30 - 10:30am on Monday 10 April - Osterley Leisure Centre, Wood Lane, TW7 5FF
9:30 - 10:30am on Wednesday 12 April - Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre, Uxbridge Road, TW13 5EG

Easter at Thistleworth

Thistleworth Tennis Club provide a camp for children age 8 to 15 years old and run from 8.30am to 5.30pm.  There is also a mini camp for children aged 5 to 7 years old which runs from 10am to 1pm each day.

Players at the Main or Mini Camp can attend as many or as few days as they wish. There is no requirement to book for the whole week.

Activities include – Tennis, table tennis, football, baseball/Rounder’s, cricket, chess, art/crafts, quizzes, fun & games, player & team awards and fun Food Fridays.

For more information see here

Short breaks for disabled and young people

See here to find out about the fun and activities which allow children and disabled people to spend time away from their primary caregivers. 

It aims to provide people with new experiences doing positive activities such as sports, music therapy and attending youth clubs.

A short break could be a few hours, a day, an evening, an overnight stay, a weekend or sometimes longer. It could take place in the family home, at another home or out in the community.

Strengthen your cycling skills

On the 3rd - 4th April and the 5th - 6th April at Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre there will be cycling courses with the intention of strengthening your cycling skills and improving confidence  by offering cycle games, a friendly atmosphere and more.  See here to find out more. 

For a full list of events on during Easter in Hounslow see here.