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Cadburys Easter Egg Hunts with the National Trust 2016

It’s almost Easter weekend.  How exciting!!!  Have you all made plans yet?  We will be having a lovely dinner with family and probably doing our own mini Easter egg hunt which should be exciting for the children.  I plan on making a cake I have never made before which I am rather excited about for us to enjoy on Easter Sunday although don’t ask me what yet as I haven’t a clue (mild panic has begun to set in).  I have also looked at the National Trust site as last year they partnered with Cadburys and hosted a range of Easter egg hunts over the Easter weekend, with 271 properties taking part throughout the UK and I heard that they are doing the same again this year so I wanted to see what locations near to me we going to get involved.  Whilst doing a little research I discovered that this is their ninth year of hunts and that to celebrate they had revealed a show-stopping eight foot topiary Easter Bunny at their Stourhead location, with a further seven four foot versions available for prime photo opportunities at Wimpole, Stowe, Killerton, Castle Ward, Fountains Abbey, Hardwick Hall and Tredegar House.  They have also hidden 362,592 Dairy Milk Bunnies at participating properties, who wants chocolate???  Want to get involved?  You can find their nearest Egg Hunt by visiting Cadbury.co.uk/Easter http://easter.cadbury.co.uk/

National Trust unveils show-stopping giant topiary Easter BunnyWith over 270,000 people getting involved in a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt last year, and over 3 million people welcomed to participating National Trust places over the Easter weekend, the charity is hoping for another great turnout.

About the National Trust

 The National Trust is a conservation charity that was founded in 1895 by three people who saw the importance of our nation’s heritage and open spaces, and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. More than 120 years later, these values are still at the heart of everything the charity does.

 Entirely independent of Government, the National Trust looks after more than over 600,00 acres of countryside, 775 miles of coastline and hundreds of special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

 Over 20 million people visit every year, and together with 4.5 million members and over 62,000 volunteers, they help to support the charity in its’ work to care for special places forever, for everyone.

 Sites featuring the topiary Easter Bunny:

 Castle Ward, County Down

 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at the Easter Fair, 27 – 28 March, 12pm – 6pm

 There’s a mystery to be solved at Castle Ward and we need your help! The Easter Bunny has hidden clues all over the front lawn, can you solve the puzzle? You’ll be rewarded with a tasty Cadbury chocolate treat at the end. Stick around afterwards for a whole day of fun at the Easter Fair. Visit Phil’s Farm, take part in the chicken run race and tuck into some delicious local food.

Price: £8 per adult, £3.80 per child (normal admission charges apply)

Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal, North Yorkshire

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, 25 March – 10 April, 10am – 4pm

I spy with my little eye… an Easter bunny! This spring at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal little bunnies have been hoppety-hopping around the estate. Head over bridges of the river Skell, explore around every corner of the Abbey ruins, and follow the waterways of the Georgian gardens to find

them and get a yummy Cadbury chocolate treat. There’ll be lots of family fun along the way too, including crafts in Swanley Grange and a brand new adventure playground.

Price: £2 per hunt (normal admission charges apply)

 For more information, please call 01765608888

Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire Cadbury

 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Hardwick, 25 – 28 March, 11am – 4pm

 Get outdoors at Hardwick Hall this Easter and grab a trail sheet for the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. See if you can follow the clues that will lead you around the house, garden and Lady Spencer’s Wood, and then collect a delicious chocolate treat at the end. After you’ve had your fill of chocolate why not seek out more adventures with the ‘Famous Five’-inspired trail or try your hand at some special Easter crafts.

 Price: £3 per hunt (normal admission charges apply)

 For more information, please call 01246 850430

National Trust unveils show-stopping giant topiary Easter BunnyKillerton, Devon

 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, 19 March – 17 April, 11am – 4pm

 Visit Killerton this Easter to explore the estate in search of mysterious clues left by the Easter Bunny. The egg hunt will lead you along winding paths through wild woodlands and blooming orchards to find the Bear’s hut, ice house and chapel. There’s a yummy chocolate treat to tuck into at the end, so what are you waiting for?

 Price: £2.50 per child (normal admission charges apply)

 For more information, please call 01392 881345

Stourhead, Wiltshire

 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, 25 – 28 March, 11am – 4pm

 Take a trip to Stourhead this Easter where egg hunters can explore through towering trees, by mystical grottoes and past a glittering lake. Make a day of it and bring a picnic, best enjoyed on the rolling lawns with views that stretch across the Wiltshire countryside. Afterwards, keep the family fun going and play giant games in the garden.

 Price: £2.50 per hunt (normal admission charges apply)

 For more information, please call 01747 841152

Stowe, Buckinghamshire

 Stowe’s Sleeping Beauty Quest – Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, 25 – 28 March 10am-4.30pm

 This Easter embark on a quest to awaken Sleeping Beauty from her slumber, and in return claim your delicious chocolate treat. Fairy-tales, myths and legends have been weaved through the garden, where chivalrous knights and courageous princesses will hunt for clues. The quest will take you past mystical lakes and deep into the Sleeping Wood to claim your egg and finish on a happily ever after.

 Price: £2.50 per hunt (normal admission charges apply)

 For more information, please call 01280 817156

Tredegar House, Monmouthshire

 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, 25 – 28 March, 11am – 4pm

 The Easter Bunny has been up to his old tricks again at Tredegar House. He’s left a trail of clues around the garden for you to follow. Solve the puzzle to claim your chocolate treat, then why not explore the rest of the estate? There’ll be loads of other Easter crafts and activities to try your hand at.

 Price: £2 per hunt (normal admission charges apply)

 For more information, please call 01633 815880

Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire

 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, 25 March – 8 April, 10.30am – 4.15pm

 Take a trip to this beautiful country home complete with a working farm and resident bunnies. Rhyming clues will lead you on an egg hunt around the gardens, but to claim your chocolate treat you’ll have to find the hidden magic word.

 Price: £2 per hunt (normal admission charges apply)

 For more information, please call 01223 206000

National Trust unveils show-stopping giant topiary Easter BunnyFor more information, please visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Oh wow! That sounds like it would have been one seriously fantastic day out 🙂

    1. They had loads of hunts all over the country.

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