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Cost: 6.75, child 4.45 Easter Egg hunt around the Park Sheffield Park is holding an Easter egg hunt around the park and gardens. Children under 12 can play in the playground on the fortress. As well as letting you touch and stroke some of the creatures, there are five different zones to discover and explore. Hot Cross Buns START the Easter break with a treat by getting in line for the best buns in Brighton. When: All weekend, 9am to 5pm Where: West Dean Gardens, Chichester Cost: s 8.75, child 4 Fun and games at the Fort Newhaven Fort is hosting games and crafts with. Easter bunnies have been hidden around Paradise Park dinosaur attraction and if you find them all you win a prize. Where: Pretty Green, Dukes Lane Brighton When: Easter Sunday, from 12. You may witness lambs being born and help bottle feed them. THE weather forecast may not quite match up to last weekends brilliant sunshine but there is still plenty of fun to be had across Sus this Easter weekend. Cost: From 19.50 Family roller disco Get your skates on for Southwick Leisure Centres family roller disco. Hollys Kitchen will be turning the music up in the square. When: All weekend Where: Arundel Castle Cost: Children (five to 16) 10, s 20 Chicks, lambs and Easter Eggs Cuddle chicks and bottle feed the lambs at Fishers Farm Park. There is an Easter egg hunt around the park and even the possibility of witnessing a lamb being born. When: All weekend Where: Sheffield Park Cost: 10 A family adventure of the sea Take the family to the Sea Life aquarium where there is a variety of marine animals. Get a magic pass upgrade which includes a 30-minute pre-show event and photos and autographs with the team. When: Sunday and Monday from 12 Where: Plumpton Racecourse, near Lewes Cost: 21 The world's most famous steam engine The Flying Scotsman is flying to the Bluebell Railway this weekend. Scooters will be show in Dukes Lane on Sunday from 12pm onwards. When: Easter Sunday, from 3pm Where: Eastbourne bandstand Cost: Free Bay City Rollers in concert Join the Tartan Army the Bay City Rollers are back. Over 14s only and under 16s to be accompanied by an . When: All weekend Where: Sea Life, Brighton. Take advantage of professional instructions and get to grips with the disco before the speed limit is lifted for the pros. It begins as soon as you leave reception and a tasty feast awaits you on the grounds. The band makes regular appearances in the summer. There will be a story teller, falconry, have-a-go-archery and combat demonstrations. Where: Downland Museum, Singleton Cost: s, children 6 Easter egg hunts at the Fortress There are Easter egg hunts at the Redoubt Fortress until Sunday plus lots of Easter arts. When: Easter Sunday Where: Theatre Royal, Brighton Cost: From 26.50 Leah McFall performs live After finding success on BBCs The Voice, Leah McFall is back touring with her independently released. The Easter concert is a tradition and Eastbourne Silver Band is kicking off the entertainment season. We have done the hard work for you and drawn up a list of some of the many attractions and activities on offer across the county. Have your photo taken on the scooters and enjoy refreshments and exclusive Easter Sunday offers. Have a picnic and watch the passing trains and while youre there why not visit the museum and loco sheds. They vary each day and include an Easter trail, cooking in the Tudor kitchen, egg painting, bonnet making and a bonnet parade on Easter Monday. When: All weekend, park open 9am to 6pm Where: Paradise Park, Newhaven Easter fun at Arundel Castle Arundel Castle is recreating the crafts, weapons, training and battles of the 12th. There will be fireworks and live music at the Eastbourne Bandstand on Sunday. Three of the original five, Les McKeown, Alan Longmuir and Stuart Wood, have come together to perform once again. When: All weekend Where: Michelham Priory, Hailsham Cost: s 9.40, children (five to 16) 4.70 Feed the lambs Meet 100 new lambs at Middle Farm which also offers animal feeding. Where: Ravens Bakery, Ditchling Road, Brighton When: Good Friday, queues start from about 6.30am until theyre gone.