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Painswick Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Only a few weeks to go until the annual charity Painswick Playgroup Easter Egg Hunt, taking place around St Mary’s Church Yard and the village centre on Saturday 15th April, 12-4pm.

We will have more than 30 beautifully designed eggs hiding all around the village, for you and your little ones to find and every completed trail will be rewarded with a chocolate prize. Our theme this year is Children’s Film Favourites, and local companies, the playgroup, the Croft School, as well as some highly artistic mums are in the process of creating some amazing eggs! There’s even a grown up set of clues so it promises to be a great day out for all the family.

Attractions this year will include live music, bouncy castles, food stalls selling hot pork rolls, burgers and hot dogs, as well as a delicious homemade cake stall, tombolas, face painting and much much more!

There will be a special appearance by the Easter Bunny, with plenty of opportunities to have your photo taken with him. And don’t forget to bring your favourite cuddly toy for the Teddy Bear Parachuting from the church spire.

Maps for the event will be on sale from The Falcon Pub, the library or the Playgroup in Painswick, and will be £3 in advance or £4 on the day per child (under 2s are free). Plenty of free parking will be available at the Painswick Recreation Ground in addition to the usual parking around the village and at Stamages Lane Car Park.

All money raised goes directly back to Painswick Playgroup to improve facilities for our children. We are a non-profit making charitable organisation run by the Community and have recently retained our Ofsted Outstanding status.

FOR MORE NEWS AND UPDATES, VISIT:

http://www.painswickplaygroup.co.uk/easter-egg-hunt/

www.facebook.com/PainswickEasterEggHunt

OR CONTACT: Kat Shayler on 07920 454992 or kat@sharpfox.co.uk

Where: ST MARY'S CHURCH, PAINSWICK
Postcode: GL6

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This page was last updated: 9 August 2017

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