Free fun for all the family at The N1 Centre in Islington this Easter

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By HSmith1973 at 08:21 on 03/03/14

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Meet your favourite farmyard animals at The N1 Centre

Enjoy all the fun of the farm this Easter at The N1 Centre on the 16th and 17th of April.

With a two-week school holiday around the corner, the North London shopping centre offers the ideal solution to keeping the children entertained.

From 11am-3pm on both days customers can greet a miscellany of farmyard animals including pygmy goats, lambs, pigs and a selection of chickens and rabbits. Experienced animal handlers offer the opportunity to feed, touch and learn more about an assortment of farmyard favourites. There will also be the opportunity to meet and stroke the farm's friendly resident donkey.

While you're here, take the family for a bite to eat at The N1 Centre's selection of restaurants including wagamama and Gourmet Burger Kitchen. If you're looking to refresh your kids' wardrobe for spring, H&M, GAP and United Colours of Benetton all offer cute and colourful lines of children's wear and accessories perfect for the new season.

If the little ones have been particularly well behaved, make your final stop Vue Cinema, Islington. Catch up with the adventures of Blu, Jewel and the gang in Rio 2 in 3D. The exciting sequel is set for UK release from 4th April.

Lynne Glover, Centre Manager, says: "We're looking forward to the Easter farm this year. Our animal events are always very popular, so come along and join the fun!"

With 21 retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues under one roof, catering for all ages and offering the latest retail trends, delicious, hassle-free dining and great entertainment, The N1 Centre is the perfect family destination this Easter.

Date: Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Repeats: Every Day until Thursday, April 17, 2014

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