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The National Trust has teamed up with Cadbury for a chocolate-fuelled Easter egg treat. Its Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts will be running throughout the school holidays, and include themes from birds to giant leaves, with the chance to get outside and celebrate nature. Every time you take part in a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, you’ll also be helping the National Trust fund its conservation work.
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt – Giant leaf trail From Good Friday, to Sunday, April 15, between 11am and 4pm. Explore the garden and woodland to find all of
Randolph the rabbit’s favourite giant leaves. See if you can spot him along the way and at the end collect your chocolatey prize. Normal admission applies, £2.50 per trail.
EMMETTS GARDEN, SEVENOAKS
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt – Spring colour trail From Good Friday to Sunday, April 15, between 11am and 4pm. Explore the garden to find Lubbock the lamb’s flock and their favourite spring colours on plants and trees. See if you can spot him along the way, and collect your Cadbury prize at the end. Normal admission applies, £2.50 per trail.
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt – Edward Hussy’s bird trail From Good Friday to Sunday, April 15, from 10am to 4pm. Get Easter off to a flying start with an egg hunt inspired by Edward Hussy’s childhood diaries. Seek out the wooden bird boxes throughout the garden to reveal which type of egg belongs to the species of the Scotney estate. Follow the clues for your prize and, while there, try den building on the woodland trail, or head to the balance beams in the wild play area.
Normal admission applies, £3 per trail. For more details visit nationaltrust.org.uk/ southeast