Easter bank holiday weekend has come around again and for many people, this means four days off work.
Whether you are entertaining friends and family, taking the kids out for the day or planning on doing some jobs around the house, hopefully our Easter guide will help you out.
From supermarket opening hours and where to buy last-minute chocolate treats, to Easter egg hunts - we've got it covered.
How to spend Good Friday
From the perfect picnic spot to a live performance of The Passion of Jesus, there are plenty of things to keep you entertained on Good Friday.
Things to do on Easter weekend
Stuck for ideas of what to do over the Easter weekend?
With four days off, you want to celebrate Easter in style.
As there is a mixed weather forecast, here is our list of ten fun things to do in and outdoors so you can enjoy west London whatever the weather.
Supermarket opening store times
The Easter bank holiday weekend means revised opening hours at major supermarkets.
If you're entertaining over the Bank Holiday weekend and need to make a final dash to the shops, we have put together a list of opening hours for the major supermarkets.
DIY store opening times
Planning to head to your local DIY store for some spring time home improvements?
To make sure you don't get left empty-handed this Easter, we've compiled a list of when all the major DIY retailers like B&Q and Wickes will open over the next few days.
One of the best aspects of the Easter holidays - and the bit your children are probably most excited about - is the arrival of the Easter bunny, and the chance to collect loads of yummy chocolate.
Easter egg hunts
On the hunt for places to go for a chocolate treat this Easter?
The National Trust has teamed up with Cadbury to offer families across west London the ultimate Easter experience, with their egg hunts.
This year, the Cadbury Egg Hunt will take place between Friday April 14 and Monday April 17 at National Trust sites.
Children can adventure through woodlands, heathland and along nature trails in the quest to win a chocolate prize.
London Zoo visitors guide
London Zoo has opened its gates for the spring and summer season.
The zoo houses more than 20,000 animals ranging from majestic Sumatran tigers to Asian otters.
To help plan your day out, take a look at our guide to everything you need to know about visiting and getting to London Zoo.
Nearest theme parks
Theme parks are a great day out for thrill-seekers and families alike.
Packed with rides, attractions, arcades, places to eat or drink and animals, they are a popular treat for all ages during the Easter break.
And what's better, we're lucky to have some of the best parks in the country on our doorstep, including Thorpe Park, Legoland, Chessington World of Adventures and Paultons Park.
To help you plan your day out, we've put together some handy information on making the most of your visit.
Families can expect an exciting day out as the beloved creatures from the celebrated Scandinavian tales come to Kew, in Richmond.
Over the Easter weekend, children can explore the illustrated world of the Moomins with a host of activities which range from a interactive trail to a magical tea party.
Life-sized dinosaurs have descended on Osterley Park over Easter, as part of Jurassic Kingdom's UK wide tour .
More than 30 dinosaur models and installations will roar and snarl at those brave enough to get up close and personal.
The family event will runs until Bank Holiday Monday (April 17) which is just in time for the school Easter holidays.
We all know celebrations for the long weekend start on Thursday night (April 13), and here is what the Met Office forecast says: "Mainly dry during the evening with clear spells and light winds.
"Becoming breezier during the second half of the night with cloud thickening and some occasional rain likely."
So if you are heading out for a few drinks with your pals, you should be OK with just a warm jacket, but if you are planning on pulling an all-nighter, make sure you pack the umbrella for potential rain in the early hours.
What to do if it rains
We regularly hope for good weather when on Easter Bank Holiday but unfortunately it doesn't always happen.
Our dreams of sitting in a beer garden, tucking into a barbecue with friends and family or heading to a park are thrown out of the window.
However, when the heavens do open there's still plenty of things to do in and around west London.
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