Monday, 29 March 2010

Pictures of the gardens at Quex in Thanet

We spent a couple of pleasant hours in the gardens at Quex Park yesterday afternoon, click on the link for the pictures.

If you are looking for something to do in Thanet over Easter, you may consider what they have on at Quex.

Victorian Easter Event
Date: Good Friday 2 April, Easter Saturday 3 April,
Easter Sunday 4 April & Bank Holiday Monday 5 April 2010– 4 Days
Location: Powell-Cotton Museum Quex House and Gardens
Time: 11am-5 pm
Audience: All
Description: ‘Dining Room open, Victorian re-enactments, strongman, carriage rides, activity stall for children £2 to make a boater or bonnet with daily prizes, Easter egg hunt.
Price: AD £8, CHD £7, FAM £30
One ticket for the four days
Friends of Quex Half Price

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