CHELMSFORD’S FAVOURITE EASTER BUNNY HUNT RETURNS HOME!!

Members of local group Chelmsford Ladies Circle are extremely pleased to be marking their 15th annual Easter Bunny Hunt back where it all started, at Hyland’s House.

Join them on Easter Sunday 1st April 2018 to hunt for wooden bunnies in the venues’ beautiful grounds and win a chocolately prize. It is a great Easter day out for the family.

Entry open at 11am, last entries will be at 1pm and the prize collection closes at 2pm.

Tickets are £3.50 per child when booked in advance, or there will be limited number of tickets available on the day at £4.50 per child. Parents go free!

Tickets are available at http://www.chelmsfordladiescircle.co.uk

Tickets include the Bunny Hunt sheet and a chocolatey prize. We recommend purchasing your tickets in advance to guarantee entry and prizes.

Organised every year by members of the Chelmsford Ladies Circle, in aid of local charities, this year’s Bunny Hunt will raise funds for Home Start Chelmsford http://www.home-start.org.uk

Home Start Chelmsford are a charity helping families with young children deal with the challenges they face. They offer friendship and support to parents with young children in a variety of situations, including isolation, bereavement, multiple births, illness, disability or those who are just finding parenting a struggle – so that every child can have the best possible start in life.

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