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How families can eat for less at Wembley’s London Designer Outlet this Easter holiday

London Designer Outlet (LDO) in Wembley Park is inviting families to enjoy a budget-friendly outing this Easter holiday.

From March 29th to April 14th, 2024, LDO will be hosting a series of events and offers aimed at promoting affordable dining and engaging activities for families.

One of the highlights of the Easter event at LDO is the Nature Explorer Trail, inspired by the colourful world of butterflies and moths. Families can embark on this interactive trail for free, located at the heart of Wembley Park. Along the way, participants will uncover clues that lead to tasty rewards, providing a fun and educational experience for children and parents alike.

In addition to the Nature Explorer Trail, LDO is offering special dining deals for families. Kids can enjoy free meals at popular restaurants like Las Iguanas and Frankie & Benny’s. Other participating eateries, including Pizza Express and Beirut Wonders, are offering discounts of up to 20% off. And for those with a sweet tooth, Big Moe’s is giving away free Soft Swirl treats.

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By supporting Butterfly Conservation, LDO is helping to protect the diverse wildlife found in and around London, including the stunning array of butterflies and moths that call the city home.

Michelle D’vaz-Plant, Head of Marketing at London Designer Outlet, says, “Our mission extends beyond entertainment; we are committed to raising awareness about the critical importance of preserving our local ecosystems. Situated at the heart of the Wembley community, we recognise the integral role we play in supporting local initiatives. During the holidays, countless families flock to our centre, and we are dedicated to offering exceptional value and savings. Together, we can make a profound impact on our community and safeguard the precious environment we all share.”

Kate Merry, representing Butterfly Conservation, adds: “London is home to a surprising number of butterflies and moths and, as we move through spring into summer, you’ll be able to spot them all over the city. Green spaces in our towns and cities provide vital sanctuary for these beautiful creatures to feed, breed and find shelter, and help make our communities happier, healthier places. We hope visitors will feel inspired to create their own space for nature through Butterfly Conservation’s Wild Spaces campaign. Whether it’s a garden, a patio, or a pot on a balcony or window ledge, any action, big or small, will make a difference for butterflies and moths.”

How to take part

Head to London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park and grab a complimentary trail sheet from Guest Services. Explore the center to crack the anagram and earn a Lindt chocolate treat. Dive into nature with Butterfly Conservation info online and score free seeds. Enjoy face painting, photo ops, and explore nearby parks for picnics. Terms and conditions apply.

Plan your visit at www.LondonDesignerOutlet.com and discover more family-friendly activities at wild-spaces.co.uk and butterfly-conservation.org/discover-and-learn.

 

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