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Easter Egg Trail and Cream Tea

Monday 1st April at 10am and 2pm

Looking to keep the kids entertained at Easter? Bring them along to the Manor on Easter Monday for our second annual egg hunt! There will be an Easter trail all around the gardens, woodland and river meadows with a free easter egg at the end, face painting, Easter colouring activities, an Easter craft make, and for the grown-ups a lovely homemade cream tea after all that running around!

£4.00 for children and £9.00 for adult cream teas

Full event information

Price for kids £4.00

The children’s trail ticket (with free adult entry) includes:

Trail activity sheet with clues to follow and word puzzle to complete.

A free Cadbury’s or Nestle 100g Easter egg.

Easter themed colouring station.

An Easter craft make.

Access to all the grounds and gardens for the afternoon.

Price for adults cream tea £9.00

The adults cream tea ticket includes:

A delicious homemade cream tea with 2 scones (fruit and plain), English Strawberry Preserve, Rodda’s finest clotted cream and a big mug of tea made to your liking.

Due to the popularity of last years’ event we will be hosting two sessions this year – a morning one from 10am until 12:30pm, and an afternoon one from 2pm until 4:30pm.

The morning trail starts at 10am and you are welcome to arrive anytime from then onwards. The afternoon trail starts at 2pm. On arrival you will be checked in and the children given their activity sheet to fill in as they follow the clues along the trail. Once they’ve finished they will receive their free Easter egg and can then enjoy some colouring activities whilst you enjoy your cream tea. Face painting will be available for an extra charge (£2.50 half face, £5 full face) with bookable time slots, and Easter crown making. Please note: card payments only for the extras).

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