If you are into art and ceramics head down to Hoxton for the The Turning Earth Easter Ceramics sale. Here you can expect to view and buy art from 42 artists who will also be demonstrating their various techniques to a live soundtrack. You can also expect to enjoy some local food from Shisho Nosh.
Chocolate Market at Duke of York Square Aside from Christmas there is no better time than Easter to indulge in sweet treats. Head down to the Duke of York Square for the Chocolate Market on Saturday and share some delicious delights with friends and family. Here you can find an array of independent artisans as well as your favourite chocolate brands. Expect innovative chocolate flavours from sea salt caramel truffles to cranberry and orange chocolate slabs as well as handmade Easter eggs of course. If chocolate alone is too much for you then fear not, the square's usual fine food market will be open alongside this from 10am-4pm.
The Cancer research UK Boat races will take place on the Sunday with the men's race taking place at 4:10pm and the women''s race taking place an hour earlier at 3:10pm. Head down to the River thames between Putney and Mortlake for a unique sporting event.
What better way to spend easter Monday than in London's tallest sculpture enjoying an afternoon tea. Sit back, relax and enjoy spectacular views of London's beautiful landmarks including St Paul's Cathedral, Alexandra Palace and the O2 Arena. On arrival you will be served a glass of Prosecco which will then be followed up by a selection of delicious sandwiches, freshly baked scones and a huge range of teas and cakes to choose from.
Looking for some family fun? head down to the Country Fair at River Lee Country Park for some outdoor fun and traditional entertainment. The 2 day event will start on Easter Sunday and you can expect to enjoy some jousting performances, bird of prey flying displays and an array of arts and crafts stalls. There will be plenty of food available on site but you could even bring your own picnic.