A CAFE is inviting families to its Easter bank holiday fun day.
The Hotwalls Cafe in Broad Street, Old Portsmouth, has prepared a day of family fun for Easter Monday, April 1.
Titled the Hotwalls’ Easter Egg-stravaganza the day will involve an Easter egg hunt and a mobile farm packed with traditional farm animals.
Entertainment will be provided by the Pompey Pluckers, a ukulele group.
David Evans, seafront manager at the council, said: ‘With an Easter egg hunt, mobile farm and plenty of food and drink stalls, there’s never been a better time to head to the seafront for an afternoon stroll. I hope lots of families will take advantage of this free, fun Easter event.’
A hog roast will be available for families to feast on.
The Hotwalls Cafe and Square Tower tea rooms will also be selling food and drink refreshments.
Admission is free.