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Rutherglen Reformer - - Easter Fun -

Easter is a time for fam­i­lies to join to­gether and hope­fully re­sist tuck­ing into all their choco­late eggs at once.

Easter Sun­day is the ideal time to join to­gether and share a meal.

Restau­rants and ho­tels have a great range of spe­cial of­fers for fam­i­lies to en­joy a meal dur­ing Easter week­end.

A time to sit back and re­lax as you en­joy the tra­di­tional lamb roast meal fol­lowed by hot cross buns - a must Easter treat.

Easter Sun­day has be­come as pop­u­lar with fam­i­lies join­ing to­gether as Christ­mas, Mother’s Day and Valen­tine’s Day - a great time to share a meal and spend time to­gether.

Once you have spent the day with the young­sters dec­o­rat­ing their Easter eggs and rolling their eggs down a park hill it’s def­i­nitely a good idea to sit back and take things a lit­tle easy.

Don’t for­get to find one of the Cad­bury’s Easter Egg Hunt events in a park near you.

High­lights in­clude hunts at The David Liv­ing­stone Cen­tre, Greenbank Gar­den and Pol­lok House.

If you fancy a night out don’t miss the Air­drie Work­ing Men’s So­cial Club char­ity bash on Sun­day, March 27 in aid of St An­drew’s Cap­i­tal Ap­peal.

There will be a host of en­ter­tain­ment for you to en­joy and help a wor­thy cause at the same time too.

The Jersey Tones will be singing the night away and co­me­dian Chris Clark will be sure to raise a few laughs on the night too.

But if that is all too much then take Easter week­end as a time to sit back and recharge your bat­ter­ies at one of the fine restau­rants in the East Kil­bride area.

As long as you can tear your­self away from all those choco­late eggs.

Tra­di­tional Easter din­ner

dish Lamb is the favourite

Rolling eggs Spend vthe day rac­ing your dec­o­rated eggs

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