Easter at The Lexicon

Red Easter train driving through The Lexicon

This Easter, The Lexicon has a host of fun activities to entertain the whole family.

The popular Easter Express returns to offer train rides around the town centre. Starting and finishing outside Superdry on The Avenue, the train will run from Friday 31 March until Sunday 16 April (closed Easter Sunday).

Trips on The Lexicon Easter Express will cost £1 per passenger (sorry, no cash) which will be donated to The Lexicon Charity Fund.

As an added treat, each passenger will receive a free mini-Easter egg or vegan-friendly sweets and a pop badge (while stocks last).

The Lexicon will also be hosting an eggs-travagant free Easter egg hunt with larger-than-life eggs to find across the town centre. Visitors can pick-up an Easter egg hunt leaflet, for a chance to win one of three fabulous family meal vouchers from Chopstix.

Cllr Marc Brunel-Walker, executive member for economic development and regeneration said:

“The Lexicon Easter Express has become a popular tradition in the town centre and this year the train has switched to electric, making it quieter and more environmentally friendly.  I can’t wait to hop on board. The activities across the town are a cracking way to entertain the family this Easter!”

The Lexicon has also teamed-up with Bracknell Foodbank to bring some extra Easter joy to local families. Shoppers can pop a boxed Easter Egg into The Lexicon Giving Box located in Princess Square and the Foodbank will distribute the chocolate treats in time for Easter.

For more information about all activities, please visit The Lexicon website.