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The TotsBots Royal Wave
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It’s never too early to start planning activities for the next school holidays – they will be here before you know it. Here’s a few family-friendly treats to help ease your way into the Easter madness that lies ahead.

Egg-xciting: The Easter Adventure at Stockeld Park, Wetherby, kicks off on March 28. Families can hunt for giant handpainted eggs and bunnies hidden in the Enchanted Forest, win a giant egg, design a chocolate bar, make Easter bonnets, watch chicks hatching live, and take part in the “eggstra” special maze challenge. stockeldpark.co.uk.

Baby Rave Leeds founder Faye Kenny with son Ziah.

Baby Rave Leeds founder Faye Kenny with son Ziah.

Dance off: It’s officially the best way to start the day and thankfully Morning Gloryville Leeds returns for its second installment on Wednesday at Belgrave Music Hall. Parents can dance their socks off to a pumping soundtrack from top DJs without any risk of hangovers, as this is a booze-free party. And with Baby Rave Leeds running the kids zone this time, your little ones will be more than happy to rave their way into the day from 6.30am. Entry is free for under 12s. For tickets go to http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1109162.

Fancy pants: Award-winning washable nappy brand TotsBots have unveiled the Royal Wave, a limited edition print to mark the arrival of our next little majesty. The Royal Flush, celebrating Prince George’s arrival, sold out in less than a day. The Royal Wave will go on sale on the day of the birth – expected to be April. From £11.99. Go to www.totsbots.com

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