CELEBRATE Easter with family activities, close-up encounters and religious experiences.

The fun starts off in Abergele where a dragon egg hunt is taking place.

Being held at Gwrych Castle, visitors can run through muddy woodlands and nature trails on the hunt.

This will run 11am until 5pm between April 19 and April 22. £2 per child, last admission at 4pm. Normal admission prices apply.

At Manorafon Farm Park in Abergele a Easter Eggstravaganza is being hosted. Think cute little chicks, duckling and baby bunnies.

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Manorafon Farm Park Abergele. Picture: Facebook

Tickets include admission to the farm’s usual attractions and activities plus one go per child at the Easter Egg Hunt (includes a small treat). For full details, dates and prices, visit www.manorafon-farm-park.co.uk. Tickets are limited.

In Rhyl, the SeaQuarium Rhyl is making a splash with an Easter Extravaganza. The attraction is also welcoming some special new additions to its aquarium in the form of starry smoothhound sharks and a lot more native species along with our Golden Egg ready for the Easter event.

Zane Jones, displays assistant, said: “Smooth hound sharks in themselves are curious sharks as

they lack the hundreds of sharp teeth that people come to expect with sharks. Their main diet

consists largely of crabs and molluscs so their teeth are actually just solid plates used for crushing

their food.”

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St Asaph Cathedral is hosting craft activities and an Easter egg trail

The Easter Extravaganza will include themed activities, interactive demonstrations and a special Easter themed family seal show.

Guests are encouraged to bring their Easter Bonnets to the event. Any child - aged three to 16 years, who arrive wearing their Easter Bonnet - will receive 15 per cent off entry into the aquarium when accompanied by an adult. Visit www.seaquarium.co.uk or telephone 01745 344660. Easter Extravaganza will run until April 28.

Hop to Rhyl High Street for a meeting with stilt walking bunnies. The rabbits, who will be handing out treats, will be in attendance on Saturday, April 20 between 11am and 2pm.

Looking for some Easter bargains? Don't forget that a Giant Car Boot Fair, at Rhyl Showfield Site, opposite Sainsburys, is now open every Sunday. They have hundreds of sellers and thousands of buyers.

Join the Easter bunny in Prestatyn on Saturday, April 20 between 11am and 3pm. There will be a chocolate fountain, Easter egg hunt, egg drop, craft, biscuit decorating, Red Routemaster, face painting and more. There will also be an Easter bonnet and decorated egg competition. All entries need to be dropped off at the Scala Cinema by 1.30pm on the day for judging. Winners to be revealed at 2pm.

Easter craft activities and an Easter Egg trail will be taking place at St Asaph Cathedral on April 17 and April 25 from 1pm until 3pm. Join the team to make hearts from palm crosses, clay hot cross buns, Easter bonnets and cards. Plus there’ll be an Easter Egg Trail.

Visit St Asaph Diocese on Facebook for more information.