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Sean O'Neill Community Lifestyle


Easter, that lovely turning point from winter. The cold nights are on their way out, the days are lasting longer, and it’s slowly getting warmer. So, let’s take a look at how you can make the most out of your…

Sean O'Neill


For those of you studying at university, this is a perfect opportunity for you to have some downtime.

With this time off there are plenty of things you can do to spend the free time, one opportunity students may want to take is a part-time job, or maybe even look to gain some work experience. This way when you head back to uni you’ve got plenty of spare cash to make the most of your uni experience! 

If you’re lucky enough to be able to take a trip away, then you should definitely take advantage of this! A trip away is a perfect time to relax and reset to go back ready for the final term of the year (or uni altogether!). If a trip away is a bit much just for Easter break, then visiting the hometown of the pals you’ve made in uni is a great alternative to going away and still being able to explore.

 If you need a car on a temporary basis for work or travel for you to enjoy your Easter, then we have the solution for you. 

 Veygo’s temporary car insurance is a great way to get about this Easter with the pesky planning of train schedules. It allows you to insure your car, your parents, or maybe even a friend’s car so that you only pay for the insurance that you need. 

Trips away

This Easter there’s a lovely long bank holiday and it’s a great way to utilise your time off. Taking a trip away somewhere could be one of the better ideas, it doesn’t have to be a flight away, could be as simple as visiting a hotspot near you. We’ve come up with a list of places that could potentially be a great destination for you to visit this Easter.

Some great places to visit in the UK this Easter holiday:

  1. Visit London – There are so many things to see and do in London, from exploring the museums to enjoying the vibrant nightlife.
  2. Visit the beaches in Cornwall – Cornwall is famous for its stunning beaches and coastal walks, and Easter is a great time to visit.
  3. Visit the Cotswolds – The Cotswolds is a beautiful area of countryside in the heart of England, with picturesque villages and scenic walks.
  4. Visit Edinburgh – Edinburgh is a beautiful city with a rich history. There are plenty of things to see and do, from exploring the castle to enjoying the city’s many pubs and restaurants.
  5. Go on a canal boat holiday – Canal boat holidays are a great way to explore the UK’s waterways, and there are plenty of places to rent a boat from.
  6. Visit the Lake District – The Lake District is one of the most beautiful parts of the UK, with stunning scenery and plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.
  7. Go on a hiking trip – There are plenty of hiking trails throughout the UK, from the Yorkshire Dales to the Scottish Highlands.
  8. Visit a National Trust property – The National Trust looks after some of the UK’s most beautiful properties, gardens, and landscapes.
  9. Visit a theme park – There are plenty of theme parks throughout the UK, from Alton Towers to Thorpe Park.
  10. Visit a wildlife park – There are plenty of wildlife parks throughout the UK, from Chester Zoo to Edinburgh Zoo, where you can see a wide range of animals up close.

Easter activities

For those of you that aren’t planning a trip away, we got you covered too! We’ve come up with a list of ideas that we think may be fun for you to plan with your children. These aren’t exclusive to children as we’re sure that you can get involved with these activities as well.. And maybe put your own spin on them!

Easter activities for kids:

  1. Easter Egg Hunt – Set up a fun Easter egg hunt in your home or garden. Hide chocolate eggs or plastic eggs filled with small toys, stickers, or treats.
  2. Easter Crafts – Get creative and make some Easter crafts with your children. Ideas include making Easter cards, decorating eggs, making Easter baskets, or creating Easter-themed art.
  3. Easter Baking – Bake some Easter-themed treats with your children, such as Easter cookies, cupcakes, or a bunny cake.
  4. Easter Movie Night – Set up a cosy movie night with Easter-themed movies such as “Hop” or “Peter Rabbit.”
  5. Easter Science Experiments – Conduct some fun Easter-themed science experiments with your children, such as making an Easter volcano or exploring how to dye eggs naturally.
  6. Easter Outdoor Games – Play fun Easter outdoor games with your children, such as an egg and spoon race, an Easter-themed scavenger hunt, or a bunny hop relay race.
  7. Easter Virtual Visits – Connect with friends and family virtually and do some Easter activities together, such as an online Easter egg hunt or virtual Easter craft session.

Easter eggs hidden in cars

For all you movie buffs out there you’ll be familiar with a different kind of Easter egg, superhero movies love them. It’s not just Peter Rabbit and Hollywood that can hide Easter eggs, certain car manufacturers also have a few for you to try and find.


Vauxhall recently went viral on TikTok after users rediscovered their shark Easter egg. They hid a little shark around the vehicles where they can and it’s up to you to find them, here’s a little video explaining. 


Jeep’s Easter egg is similar to the Vauxhall’s shark, with their own little twist on it of course. A small silhouette of one of their classic Jeeps or a jeep car part can be found around the car, and sometimes it’s etched into a bit of plastic somewhere.


Tesla are the king of novelty tricks with their cars, so they had to be added to the list. With their huge touchscreen display and insane external speaker system, it’s no surprise that there are loads to discover! 


Skoda also has some nifty little Easter eggs up their sleeves. These could perhaps be considered handy features, but as they’re somewhat hidden, they’re being added to the Easter egg hunt! 


At Veygo we don’t want you missing out on anything this Easter, so if getting on the roads is stopping you, perhaps our temporary car insurance can help you solve this problem. By purchasing our insurance you can get on the roads and be covered for as little as one hour! So why not give it a try?

Sean O'Neill

Having worked in the insurance industry for a while now, Sean has become an expert in the field, especially when it comes to learner and temporary car insurance policies. Working in SEO for Veygo he's had to learn the ins and outs of the industry so that he knows exactly what he's writing about, and why.

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