(Published on 15/04/2019)
Wherever you are going and whatever your plans are, you can make your Easter holidays inclusive for all of the family. To help you achieve this, we have put together collection of some Easter traditions with an inclusive twist.
Accessible Easter egg hunts:
If you have a child with a disability, you can still ensure they can take part in activities this Easter. The Children’s Trust are running an Easter fair complete with an Easter egg hunt at their centre in Tadworth on Saturday 20 April. You can find more accessible Easter egg hunts located across the UK at the link below.
Walks with Wheelchairs:
Spending your Easter morning out on a walk is a great way to burn off the extra calories from chocolate. So why not try finding a new accessible location in Surrey to enjoy the spring sunshine. Walks with Wheelchairs offer a range of accessible walking routes with reviews, detailed directions and comments from others who have experienced the route. Find out more at the link below.
Eggs for allergies:
Having food allergies or intolerances can limit your options when searching for an Easter egg. Many eggs on the market are not suitable for those who can’t have dairy, wheat, nuts or gluten. Visit the link below to find a ranking of allergy friendly Easter eggs to help you find the right egg for your loved one.