Lots to do to get ready for Friday’s Easter Egg Hunt, not to mention the gardening! The Met Office forecast is for a dry morning with sunny intervals so please come along if you can.
It was a glorious spring morning, there was a fantastic turn-out, loads of great helpers, buckets of chocolate, Janet’s terrific organisation and, I nearly forgot, the scary Easter Bunny! It was a perfect recipe for a perfect day!
For 3 to 8 year olds. Lots of activities, lots of prizes, lots of refreshments, lovely flowers, great views – where better to take the kids on fine March morning!
All donations will go to the Nature Trail.
The park is looking great and we’ll have even more daffodils flowering for our Easter Egg Hunt on Friday!
All these prizes were in the back of a Ford Focus and they’re all for the Easter Egg Hunt on Good Friday!
All donations go to our Nature Trail
The rain stopped at 9.30 this morning and started again at 11.45 but, in between, we had a perfect morning for our Easter Egg Hunt. We had a wonderful turn-out with over 200 parents and children. We thought we had far too many Easter eggs and bunnies but almost all were claimed in an hour. Lots of cups of tea and coffee were served and the children planted loads of sunflower seeds in take-away pots. Many thanks to all our helpers and to Asda, Tesco and Waitrose (in alphabetical order) for donations. And a huge special thanks to Janet (with the pink ears) for organising the event so brilliantly.
We’re holding an Easter Egg Hunt at the Park on Friday, 3rd April Morning, 10.30-11.30. Ideal for 3 to 8 year olds. Lots of Easter eggs. Optional £3 donation.