HERE are more Easter events taking place this week and on Easter weekend. What takes your fancy?

1. Millets Farm - Frilford

Help Farmer Carter with quiz trails and activities within the farm's woodlands, fort maze and courtyard. Families can go on tractor trailer rides and see baby animals. Courtyard games include trampolines, a skittle alley and sandpit. This ends on April 22.

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Children can also get creative by decorating their own chocolate Easter egg with a selection of sweets perfect to take home for an Easter treat. This is only available until April 18 from 9.45am to 3.45pm and tickets cost £5.99 per child.

2. Waterperry Gardens - Wheatley at 10am -5.30pm Ends April 22

Children can join the Big Easter Bunny Hunt around the ornamental gardens. After finding them all children can win a 'special' Easter prize.

Tickets are £2.50 per child and £8.50 for adults.

3. Fairytale Farm - Southcombe, Chipping Norton from 10am - 5pm. Ends April 22

There will be a variety of activities including a Mother Goose's Garden Party, egg-shaped cookie decorating and an interactive Easter display.  Families will have the chance to pet rabbits and guinea pigs too.

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For Easter Weekend, April 19 - 22, visitors can explore the Giant Rabbit Burrow and meet the Easter Bunny, who will tell an Easter story, and every child will receive a full size Easter egg. There will also be a Golden Egg Hunt where the Easter Bunny has hidden six golden eggs on the Enchanted Walk trail – find their location and win a chocolate prize.

All activities are free but a visit to meet the Easter Bunny is £3.75 per child and standard admission to the farm applies.

4. Coges Manor Farm - Witney. From 10am - 5pm. Ends April 22

Visitors to the farm will discover a trail of giant nests made with natural materials that you might find in the surrounding fields and forest. Families can reimagine themselves as woodland creatures, get dressed-up and hunt for eggs in the Easter play barn and ride mini tractors.

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5. Stonor Parks and Gardens - Henley-on-Thames. Ends April 22

Families can climb to the top of a climbing wall at Stonor and follow the clues around the Gardens and Wonder Woods to win a treat. The Wonder Woods, Gardens and Easter Trail will be open every day. 

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6. Kidlington Centre. Ends April 20

Hidden in the shops at the Kidlington Centre will be colourful Easter Bunnies for children to find and win a bag of goodies.

Children must collect a stamp card from one of the participating retailers, find the hidden bunnies, get the card stamped and when you have ten stamps you can claim an Easter bag of goodies.

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You will be able to pick up a card at any time from April 15 and April 20 between 9am and 5pm, and you can do the Easter Bunny hunt when it suits you. 

It is free to take part and all completed cards must be handed in by 5pm on April 20 at Box of Delights to claim your Easter treats.

The participating shops are:

Ubuntu Hair and Beauty, Hysteria Tattoos, Sobell House, Freelance Fabrics, Box of Delights, Pitman Optometrist, Magenta Cafe, Card Factory, Alberts Fish Bar, Oxford Snob and Barnets Barbers.

7. Blenheim Palace's Easter Eggstravaganza. April 19 - 22

Easter trails, face painting and a puppet show are just some of the activities that families can enjoy.

The palace’s Family Pleasure Gardens will transform into an Easter wonderland where families can hop on vintage fairground rides, bouncy castles, watch balloon twisters, and learn circus tricks.

A family ticket for two adults and two children costs £43 while separate tickets for children aged 5-16 are priced at £7.40 and adult tickets at £16.