Discover the Magic of Easter in East Yorkshire

Welcome to Burton Constable Holiday Park, where the charm of the countryside meets the excitement of holiday adventures. This Easter, immerse yourself in a perfect blend of relaxation and entertainment, surrounded by the picturesque landscapes of East Yorkshire.

Save up to 20% on short breaks in a luxury holiday lodge. Stay for 3, 4 or 7 nights spending quality time with loved ones.

Easter 2024

Extend Your Stay With off-Peak Getaways

Enjoy an extra night stay absolutely free when you book during our quiet periods.

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Burton Constable Holiday Park

This Month

Jade Adams

A singer who creates an exceptional atmosphere.

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Sat April 20, 2024 8:00 pm

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The Lakeside Bar

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Free

This Month

Kristian

Specialising in 60's, 70's and 80's. Can also cater for swing lovers, country and rock/glam rock.

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Sat April 27, 2024 8:00 pm

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The Lakeside Bar

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Free

This Month

Paul Brian

Performs throwback covers from the 60s to 80s.

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Sat May 4, 2024 8:00 pm

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The Lakeside Bar

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Free

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Louise

Specialises in Soul and a mixture of the 60s to 00s.

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Sun May 5, 2024 3:00 pm

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The Lakeside Bar

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Free

Future Event

Esther Fletcher

A singer/song writer who's featured on ITV's Starstruck.

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Sat May 18, 2024 8:00 pm

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The Lakeside Bar

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Free

Egg-citing Easter Activities

We’ve prepared a host of egg-citing activities for all ages, making your Easter break truly memorable.

Our entertainment team has curated a range of family-friendly activities, joined by local live acts and entertainers, ensuring there’s something for everyone.

A 5-Star Holiday Park

When is Easter 2024?

Easter Sunday is on March 31st 2024.

For schools in the Hull and East Yorkshire area, the Easter Holidays commence Friday 22nd March 2024, with students returning to school on Monday 8th April 2024.

Did you know?

Easter takes place 47 days after Pancake Day, which is also known as Shrove Tuesday. Observed by many Western Christian denominations, the following day of Ash Wednesday marks the start of Lent, a six-week period of fasting up to Easter.

Following Easter, the next holiday is the Early Summer Half-Term. This is often known as Whitsun Week. Named for the holy day of Pentecost which falls on the seventh Sunday after Easter.

Fun Easter Facts

  • Easter takes place on the first Sunday soonest after 21st March. Which is around the time of the March Equinox.
  • The concept of the Easter Bunny originates from German Folklore. The Osterhase, an egg-laying hare, was believed to bring coloured eggs to children during the Easter season.
  • The tradition of decorated eggs can be traced back to ancient civilization, eggs were often forbidden during Lent, making them a special treat come Easter. The decoration and celebration of colourful eggs evolved over time. Pancakes became a staple way to feast on eggs and fats before Lent.