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Things to do over Easter for students


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2022 is flying by and Easter is nearly upon us! Whilst this is a busy time in the academic calendar, it is also the perfect time to recharge and enjoy what Suffolk has to offer this springtime.

  • Visit an exhibition

There are many exciting local exhibitions to visit this Easter. The Hold is currently housing Women Don’t Do Such Things, Creating Constable remains open until April 24th and if you missed (or simply want to visit again!) the award nominated Power of Stories exhibition it is currently on a local tour and you can visit it at Moyse’s Hall Museum at Bury St Edmunds. ( All of these exhibitions are free to visit but some require booking.

  • Go to a farm to see the new-borns!

Spring brings lots of new life to our local farms. Animal therapy is proven to lower stress levels so why not visit a farm this Easter break to not only get some fresh air but to meet some cute animals! There are many great farms locally including Jimmy’s Farm, Baylham Rare Breeds and Easton Farm Park, all of which have welcomed many new babies this year!

  • Make yummy Easter treats

You do not need an excuse to bake but Easter is the perfect time in indulge in lots of chocolate. Why not try one of my previous recipes featured on the blog such as my vegan chocolate crunch ( or my mini egg rocky road! (

  • Organise or attend an Easter Egg hunt

No one is ever too old for an Easter Egg hunt! These are simple and fun to arrange yourself but if you fancy an adventure the National Trust run lots of events nationally. ( Not only are Easter Egg hunts super fun to take part in they are another way to spend time outdoors and (hopefully) make the most of the Spring sunshine.

  • Take a break!

Deadline season is looming once again and whilst it is important to keep focused on your goals, it is just as important to balance your workload with regular breaks. Easter is the perfect time in the semester to recharge so that you are able finish the academic year on a high.

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