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There’ll be high egg-citement in Chambers Farm Wood as youngsters search for clues to track down hidden Easter bounty!
The Forestry Commission is staging a chocolate egg hunt in the 360 hectare (900 acre) beauty spot, near Wragby, Lincolnshire, between 10am and 12 noon on Sunday 4 April.
Ranger Mary Porter said: “It's great fun for children to explore the woods, but it's just that "eggstra" bit special when you have the rare chocolate bird of the woods to track down! Questions will be set out along the white trail, so it's easy walking.”
Children must be accompanied by an adult and the event meets at the Chambers Farm Wood Centre, off the B1202 Bardney to Wragby road. The cost is £3 (accompanying adults £1) and booking is required on 01526 399943, or email email@example.com Accompanying adults free.
NOTE TO EDITOR
Forestry Commission England is the government department responsible for protecting, expanding and promoting the sustainable management of woods and forests and increasing their value to society and the environment. Forestry makes a real contribution to sustainable development, providing social and environmental benefits arising from planting and managing attractive, as well as productive woodlands. To find out more about the region’s woods log-on to www.forestry.gov.uk/eastmidlands
Richard Darn on 01226 246351 or 0775 367 0038.