#StayHomeSaveLives this Easter


Celebrate a Stay At Home Easter

Stay Home Save Lives This Easter

Easter will be very different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. If you usually celebrate the Bank Holiday weekend at church or by meeting with family and friends, this year you won't be able to due the Government restrictions on movement.

Our colleagues at Visit Bradford have come up with a great list of ideas for all ages to get involved in. 


Activities from our Bradford Museums and Galleries Team

You Inspire me... Hockney

Get inspired by David Hockney’s recent image of daffodils, entitled: Do Remember They Can’t Cancel the Spring and create your own art using a free art online app. More information here.

Get inspired - Hockney

You inspire me... Herbert Morley

Wannabe junior explorers can go on and imaginary adventure by searching for objects in their own home and writing an account of their journey or a postcard just like local Victorian explorer Herbert Morley used to do. More information here.

Herbert Morley

Bradford Film Trail

Enjoy an ‚ÄėArmchair Adventure‚Äô with¬†Bradford City of Film who will live stream a film trail on Facebook on Thursday 9 April. People will be invited to travel back in time through over 100 years of film and television in the Bradford district.¬†More information here.

Bradford Film Trail

Bradford Cathedral

Bradford Cathedral has put together a series on Easter-themed crafts and worksheets for children as well as spiritual resources for adults to help people to discover the Easter Story. More information here.

The Easter Story

Get crafty this Easter

Easter Bonnet craft

Get crafty and join in with the Cecil Green Arts Challenge - have a go at decorating your own Easter bonnet and share photos of your wonderful creations over the Easter Weekend using #BradfordConnects on social media.

Cecil Arts - Easter bonnet

Easter crafts

The National Trust have put together some how to video guides for people to bring some colourful crafty fun to their Easter celebrations, including making Easter decorations from natural items from your garden and recycled materials. More information here.

National Trust


National Science and Media Museum - games and activities

The National Science and Media Museum have also created a page of blog posts, games and activities that the whole family can have fun trying at home. More information here.

National Science and Media Museum


Jayne Eyre from the The National Theatre

The National Theatre will are streaming much loved theatre directly in to living rooms up and down the country. This week‚Äôs performance is Charlotte Bront√ę‚Äôs Jayne Eyre. The bold and dynamic production, based on the local writer‚Äôs novel, will be available to watch for free from the 9 to 16 April.¬†More information here.


Days In - Visit Bradford Later

The Visit Bradford team have also compiled a Days In guide of things to do whilst following the rules and staying at home.

Days In


Share your Stay At Home Easter

We'd love to see photos of all the colourful artwork and crafts so we can share the different and creative ways people have celebrated their very own 'Stay at Home Easter'.

Please share your Stay At Home Easter Bank Holiday celebrations across all social media platforms using #VisitBradfordLater

Follow @VisitBradford, @BradfordMuseums and @BradfordMDC on social media platforms


Do you need help or support?

Need help? Call 01274 431000

If you need help or have a particular need please ring and talk to one of our friendly team who will take some details and pass them onto the relevant service. Call 01274 431000.

We can help by:

  • picking up shopping
  • delivering a food parcel to eligible people
  • ringing for a friendly chat
  • problem solving

See our website for more information about local support and volunteering to help others.

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Stay at home


Stay safe while out for exercise

Please follow the Government’s advice when leaving your home for exercise. It is fine to walk on paths and bridleways during exercise outside, as long as people observe the 2 metre rule for staying a safe distance apart. For more information, visit our public green space and rights of way guidance page.

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Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service

Only call 111 if you cannot get help online. Use the NHS 111 online service if:

  • you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
  • your condition gets worse
  • your symptoms do not get better after 7 days

Use the 111 online coronavirus service at 111.nhs.uk/covid-19/


Helpful links

Government advice: what you need to do

NHS coronavirus advice and information

Bradford district coronavirus advice and information

Support for businesses


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