There was corner-to-corner creativity in the Vancouver Quarter on Thursday when children were busy making Easter bonnets and baskets at a special workshop.
Around 100 children and their families visited a New Conduit Street unit for the event.
“Our Easter workshops always prove popular and it was wonderful to see so many children busily creating their own special bonnets and baskets. We had excellent feedback from last year and I am sure that this year was equally brilliant,” said Abbie Panks, Vancouver Quarter centre manager.
The resulting baskets were particularly useful for the extraordinary Easter Egg trail on Saturday.