Corby Mardi Gras and a look ahead to Easter

Well, we’re heading into the last few days of March and what a month it’s been! It begun with a mini heatwave, then we endured Storm Gareth and now we are finishing March with the beginning of the lovely British Summer time!

Easter is fast approaching and there are lots of things happening in Corby

If you’re looking for a day of immersing yourself in medieval history, admiring idyllic landscapes and some family fun, then you are in luck! Deene Park are opening their doors for the Easter weekend (April 21st & 22nd).

Child admission includes an Easter egg trail! What a great opportunity to explore the beautiful gardens and learn about the history of Deene Park- all whilst having lots fun with the whole family, seeking out the eggs, which will be hidden throughout the park.

The Park will open from 12pm to 5pm in both the Gardens & the Old Kitchen Tea Room. The House will open at 2pm (last admissions at 4pm)

To find out more about Easter at Deene Park visit:

Don’t forget it’s the Corby Mardi Gras tomorrow!

The theme for this year’s Corby Mardi Gras is Corby stories. Several workshops will be available for the public to participate in with the chance of having some of their creations featured at the event.

Make sure to head down to The Core at Corby Cube, Hazel and Thoroughsale Woods and the Rooftop Arts Centre where all the events will be taking place.

A free fun packed day for all the family- what is not to love!

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