Woodbridge annual Easter Egg Hunt is back and better than ever
Choose Woodbridge, Woodbridge’s business and tourism association, has announced the date for this year’s new and improved Easter Egg Trail in Elmhurst Park. The Easter Egg Trail will take place on 26th March at 10am to 12 noon and thanks to the East of England Co-Op there are 500 Easter eggs to give away.
The event will take place across the whole of Elmhurst park with children following a series of clues to complete the trail. The new and improved format comes following feedback from attendees and the acquisition of some enthusiastic new volunteers to organise the event. There is no charge to take part – although the eggs will be handed out on a first come first served basis.
As well as the trail, there will be a face-painter and a visit from Millie the Tide Mill Mouse, the much-loved mascot from Woodbridge Tide Mill.
Chris Harrold, Chairman of Choose Woodbridge, said: “We’re eternally grateful to the volunteers who help us to deliver the fantastic programme of events in Woodbridge. In this instance Laura Parkin has picked up the mantel and brought a much needed freshness to this event. As a mother of two youngsters, she’s refocused the event to ensure it delivers engaging family fun – and chocolate – a winning combination.”
Christian Bone, Head of Member and Community Services at East of England Co-Op added: “East of England Coop is delighted to support Woodbridge Easter Egg Hunt. Part of our ethos involves supporting young people across the region and anything that encourages children to be active, especially engaging with other members of the community, East of England Coop will always be pleased to support.”
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