Solving the clues led to hidden gems
The sun shone over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend as families flocked to Smallhythe Place near Tenterden for the annual egg hunt.
More than 250 tickets were sold for the hunt that involved finding bunny characters dotted round the gardens of the former home of Victorian actress Ellen Terry, a National Trust property.
Youngsters had to hunt for clues to find out who had let the bunnies loose and were rewarded with chocolate eggs.
The 16th century home will be staging more holiday fun over the May half-term when children can enjoy crafts between 11am-1pm daily (except Tuesday), including kite-making and decorating photo frames.
Stephen and Janette with their grandson Alfie, two, enjoying the Easter egg trail
A delighted Henry Cale, three, feeds a two-month-old lamb