Easter Things to Do in the North West

Easter Guide

Easter is usually the first time of the year most of us want to get out; the blustery cold winds have subsided and there’s a little bit of sunshine – at least that’s what we’re hoping for in 2018! Either way we’re a resilient bunch of Brits and we’re not going to let a little snow get in the way of things.

Nailista has branches in Chester, Manchester and the INTU Trafford centre, so don’t forget to pop in and get your cute pastel Easter nails on ready wherever you’re heading out.IMG_20180318_133643_041

Need some Easter nail inspiration? Check out our Pinterest board, for ideas, then book online – we are open every day of the Easter holidays apart from Easter Sunday.

Manchester

Visit the Maker’s Market for Easter Treats (8th April)

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Locally produced, artisan food and drink? Yes please. What is Easter for if not for stuffing yourself full of delicious chocolates and treats? It’s not just for foodies either, the Maker’s Market hosts plenty of small businesses that make beautifully crafted hand made products, and even hosts a good selection of vintage traders too!

Head to Manchester’s Biggest Gin Festival (23rd – 25th March)

Gin is the drinkĀ du jour for many at the moment, having a massive rise to popularity over the past few years, and it’s easy to see why, there’s a gin for every taste! Whether it’s a glamorous pink gin, or one flavoured with delicious fruit infusions, everyone is sure to find a favourite.

Chester

Check out the Chester Food Drink and Lifestyle Festival (31st March – 2nd April)

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With celebrity names such as Paul Rankin, Gregg Wallace and Jun Tanaka, this is an event not to be missed, and that’s before we even mention the hordes of delicious local food producers. Stock up ready for Easter, and get some gorgeous locally made goodies for your Sunday roast from one of the 150 artisan food and drink producers

Trafford Centre

Take Part in the Selfridges Easter Egg Hunt

Is there anything quite as exciting as a day out to the Trafford Centre? Why not start your day with a fresh set of Easter nails from Nailista, then head to LUSH to pick up some of their cute Easter collection – after that, head over to Selfridges, where you can stuff yourself with Krispy Kreme and Patiserrie Valerie before taking little ones on an Easter egg hunt. A great day out for all involved!

 

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