The Easter weekend will be the first weekend after restrictions are lifted on March 29 so many of us will be looking to enjoy the bank holiday with family and friends.

For people in England, the 'stay at home' message will have been removed and the 'rule of six' will be back.

This means people will be allowed to visit each other's outdoors and in gardens.

With temperatures set to reach double figures, here are some Easter activities you can do next week.

Rennie Grove Easter Activities

Rennie Grove has plenty to keep the whole family entertained this Easter.

From virtual balloon races, Easter egg hunts, an Easter-themed quiz, and an online bingo event, the charity has all bases covered.

The charity has compiled a 12-page pack for children, downloadable from its website for a minimum donation of £5.

It comes with instructions on how to make your own Easter treats and an ‘egg-sclusive’ treasure hunt-style Easter egg hunt with rhyming clues to hide around your home.

There’s also a virtual raffle with an Easter-themed foodie hamper up for grabs or take part in virtual bingo night.

For more information visit here.

Picnic for Six

As he rules will relax on social gathering on March 28 groups of up to six people, or two separate households, will be able to gather outdoors.

Picnics are allowed - so grab a basket and fill it with your favourite food.

To see ten great walks you could even integrate to your picnic afternoon visit here.

Stonor Easter trail

The annual Stonor Easter Trail will run every day between April 2 and April 18

You can follow the trail around Tumblestone Hollow and the Gardens at Stonor, exploring and playing as you go along.

Once you solve the puzzle and bring it back the to Visitor Centre you will receive a treat.

With children under 92cm free entering the trail free it is a great place to spend your Easter weekend with family and friends.

For more information visit here.

Waddesdon Manor

Or you could take a family trail around the grounds of Waddesdon Manor.

Open between March 31 to April 11 every day from 10am to 5pm.

The trail gives you a chance to engage with nature whilst completing 10 different activities along the way.

A prize will also be included in your trail costing £3

You can your trail in advance with your grounds admission here.

Marlow Easter Trail

Churches Together in Marlow have organised a walk through Holy Week for Easter.

The walk covers nine stations at different churches in the area.

At each station, walkers will find something from the Easter Story, the account of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

The trail can be followed at any time between Sunday 28 March and Sunday 11 April.

For more information visit here.