This week Things to do in Hampshire This Weekend 2 April 2021 is a special one. The Government’s next stage of the roadmap unlocked visits to friends and families in gardens this week.
Five walks for the Easter weekend with other people! Let’s go, Spring is finally here!
Things to do in Hampshire 2 April 2021
What a relief, the 29 March Government’s roadmap went ahead – did you hear the collective sigh of relief across the UK? It was audible, right? Never have I ever been so happy to be able to travel locally.
A very happy #RuleOf6 day to you, and if it means you’re seeing your friends and family for the first time in a while, well I’m so happy for you and I hope you make the most of it.
Looks like the weather’s going to stay sunny too, if Good Friday’s sunshine is any indication of the rest of the weekend!
Things To Do In Hampshire 2 April 2021 is all about getting outside with your friends and family and enjoying a little slice of normality.
To make the most of the weather, and the new rules, I’ve picked five walks across Hampshire that you can now try because we can travel locally. Wahoo!
I’ve tried all of these walks and can highly recommend them and if you click the titles it will take you to a blog post about them with all the details.
Here’s five walks in Hampshire to discover…
Heritage, ruins, the sea, views of the Spinnaker Tower and Portsdown Hill and flat enough to cater for all abilities.
About an hour, more if you choose to extend it.
Secluded and about an hour if you do all the trails. This is a great walk for families, people who like to fish and trail runners.
A 45 minute walk on fairly flat accessible trails. Great for all the family, those with mobility needs, parents with pushchairs and kids who want to run riot on their scooters, skates and boards.
Or adults actually, why should kids have all the fun? As a proud new owner of roller skates (TikTok made me do it) these paths are incredible if you’re practising a new skill. Just avoid the coppice and woodland sections obviously!
It’s very inclusive and can be extended on a network of other paved paths in the area, one end leads to the playground behind Whiteley Shopping Centre. Again, great if you have kids in your group.
This walk is stunning and very popular on sunny days. If you want to feel like you’re in another country, head here when it’s sunny!
Three routes, a short, medium and long version depending on what you’re looking for. This can be anything from an hour to more than four hours. Click the link in the title to find out more.
Upwards of an hour and a half, more if you want to extend the route along the seafront.
It’s an incredibly little walk, along the nature reserve, look out for the birds and animals in the farmland along the route.
Walking in Hampshire
There’s so many great walks in Hampshire and I’ll be adding more moving forward, especially now we can travel locally again.
Anyway, this is a short and sweet post, as you need to be enjoying the new rules, the sunshine, Easter eggs and any additional time off if you have it.
🐣 Happy Easter! 🐣
Discovered a new walk in Things To Do In Hampshire 2 April 2021? Let me know in the comments below!
If you liked this post, keep an eye on my Instagram account as I try and share new places I’ve explored fairly regularly. Keep an eye out for more suggestions with a different focus in next week’s post.
If you’re in Hampshire and want to collaborate on a Friday ‘Things to do in…’ post, get in touch by email.
What to expect from ‘Things To Do In Hampshire This Weekend’ posts
At the beginning of 2021 I turned my regular Friday Instagram Stories recommendations into a blog post for the new year.
Every Friday I share five things across Hampshire for you to do, eat or visit. Normally my suggestions cover everything from events and places to explore to places to eat and drink at.
I started this series out of lockdown and in under a week we were back under lock and key. But, I haven’t let that stop me still coming up with plenty of ideas for a bit of light relief in lockdown.
It’s one of the only places on my blog where I’ll share things I like the look of but, I may not have tried and tested. It’s nice to support businesses or places you’re yet to visit. After all, I can’t be everywhere all the time! Or can I? Knowing me, I will try!
For guidelines and what to expect from this blog post every week, read the first in the series…
Things To Do In Hampshire 2 April 2021 edition is focused on a selection of Hampshire’s walks but, you’ll find plenty of other ideas in previous editions of this series of posts.
You can find previous posts from this series here:
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 26 MARCH 2021
- Focus: Portsmouth’s Independent Businesses
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 19 MARCH 2021
- Focus: Hampshire’s Takeaway Breakfast and Brunch
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 12 MARCH 2021
- Focus: Hampshire’s Takeaway Coffee Spots
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 5 MARCH 2021
- Focus: Hampshire Walks
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 26 FEBRUARY 2021
- Focus: Winchester Bookshop P&G Wells recommends five books by Hampshire Authors
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 19 FEBRUARY 2021
- Focus: Online film festivals and performances
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 12 FEBRUARY 2021
- Focus: Making the most of your daily walk, exercise and the outdoors
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | VALENTINE’S DAY EDITION | 5 FEBRUARY 2021
- Focus: Valentine’s Day
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 29 JANUARY 2021
- Focus: Online Classes
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 22 JANUARY 2021
- Focus: Hampshire museum’s online
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 15 JANUARY 2021
- Focus: Hampshire food from takeaways to delivery to click and collect
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 8 JANUARY 2021
- Focus: Hampshire walks with takeaways and essentials from zero waste shops
- THINGS TO DO IN HAMPSHIRE THIS WEEKEND | 1 JANUARY 2021
- Focus: Hampshire walks
Please do check all of the suggestions as restrictions change and local businesses frequently adapt hours and offerings or switch between being temporarily closed.