Become a Cadbury Eggsplorer this Easter
2nd April 2015
Image shows: A Cadbury Egghead hiding in a sculpture in Dudmaston Garden.
Put on your eggsploring hat this Easter and enjoy the trails and activities at Dudmaston Hall, a local National Trust property. Have a go at our Easter trails and pick up a Cadbury Egghead for each one completed.
On Easter Sunday and Monday find out where the Easter Bunny has been on his eggciting adventures by following our trail around the gardens and meeting his family from around the world. On Wednesday 8 April, help the Easter Bunny finish his eggstra special deliveries and get crafty making an egg decoration to take home.
Events and Marketing Officer, Caroline Norcott said “Easter is a special time at Dudmaston and we are delighted to have sponsorship by Cadbury once again. The Cadbury Easter Trails have proved to be very popular with young and old alike and it is great to see families following the trails around our garden, which is just lovely in the Spring. We’ve been practising decorating eggs in the office to hang on our Easter tree and hope that children enjoy making their own to take home. The main challenge has been not eating all the lovely Eggheads we are storing for the trails!”
There are plenty of other things for visitors to enjoy including a new exhibition, ‘Unheard Voices’ in the Galleries, which provides visitors with a special moment of peace and reflection amongst all the Easter fun and the tearooms will be offering a wonderful selection of Easter treats and possibly just a bit more chocolate.
Normal admission charge applies with a small additional charge for trails and crafts.