One lucky child will win their height in Easter eggs following an Egg-stravaganza Trail around King’s Lynn on Good Friday (April 19).
Families are being invited into the Vancouver Quarter between 10am and 2pm to take take part In this years Easter Trail. The trail maps can be collected from 33 Broad Street (opposite Peacocks) and then families can start their adventure and track down the eggs around the town.
Once they have found all 20 eggs, the children will receive a special Easter-themed treat and can also be entered into a prize draw to not only win their height in Easter eggs but also £100 to spend in King’s Lynn. Two runners up will also receive £50 in vouchers and a chocolate treat.
Events co-ordinator Susannah Rayner said: “This is the third year that the Vancouver Quarter has organised the popular Easter egg trail, this year promises to be the biggest to date after teaming up with Discover King’s Lynn.”
She added: “Entertainment on the day will be provided by Hopalot, the fluffy eared rabbit duo trying to reach the stars and the amazing stilt walking Victorian flower sellers and their hapless assistant. Keep an eye on social media for the days schedule.”
The Vancouver Quarter will also host an Easter crafts Saturday Club the following day (April 20) inviting children to come along and decorate their own wooden egg cup and Easter card. This is a free workshop, which will run from 10am to 3pm from 33 Broad Street.
There are plenty of other free family-friendly events coming up in the Vancouver Quarter.
There will be a mini gardeners Saturday Club workshop on May 25 that will see children planting a variety of fruits and vegetables to take home and grow. This will be followed by a free Father’s Day workshop on June 15.
The Vancouver Quarter’s popular mini beast adventure returns on July 27 where as well as taking part in the bug-tastic trail, there will be workshops and the chance to meet some real-life bugs.