Children’s crafts at Newmarket Racecourse

Creative kids invited to Newmarket FashionEaster event

Children in Suffolk are being encouraged to get creative in the holidays and bring their own Easter bonnet to the first family race day of the season as SpringStarts at Newmarket Racecourses.
In a child friendly spin on traditional Ladies Day hats, children can take part in a FashionEaster competition at the Rowley Mile Racecourse on the third day of the bet365 Craven Meeting, Thursday 18 April, with under-18s benefiting from free entry, as they do at the majority of the 39 meetings at Newmarket Racecourses throughout the year. The overall winner and two runners-up will share Hotel Chocolat goodies worth £150, Selfie t-shirts and a Royal Mint 50p keepsake featuring Peter Rabbit, who will be presenting the prizes himself!
Amy Starkey, director of Jockey Club Racecourses’ East Region said: “Style is a key element of the Newmarket racing experience and our FashionEaster event is a fantastic way for children to feel a part of it while showing off their creative skills. I can’t wait to see what they come up with!”
The Rowley Kids Club will also be offering Easter egg hunts, face painting and bouncy castles. There will be storytelling and activity trails with Peter Rabbit and plenty of opportunities for photographs.
Children will need to bring their Easter bonnets, fascinators or trilbies to the Rowley Kids Club Marquee within the Grandstand & Paddock enclosure between 11:50am and 1:30pm on the 18th. The winner and runners-up will be announced after the first race.
The bet365 Craven Meeting from 16 to 18 April is the first event of the year at Rowley Mile Racecourse at the Home of Horseracing. 
Adult tickets for the family race day on Thursday 18 April start at £14.25 and can be ordered online at 
For live updates on the day follow #SpringStarts and #FashionEaster and keep your eyes peeled for the winner. 

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