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Children hunt for chocolate and cuddly toys

PUBLISHED: 15:00 20 April 2017

Easter egg hunt for children organised by Backwell The Meeting Point.

Easter egg hunt for children organised by Backwell The Meeting Point.

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Hungry children spent the afternoon hunting for chocolate eggs before meeting the Easter bunny.

Easter egg hunt for children organised by Backwell The Meeting Point.Easter egg hunt for children organised by Backwell The Meeting Point.

The Meeting Point put on a trail around the parish hall and invited children to find the chocolate treasures and soft toys hidden at the venue. Families listened to the Easter story before tucking into cakes.

The Meeting Point runs every Tuesday from 9.30am-4.30pm in the parish hall, Station Road.

People can pop in to meet friends, use the internet, pick up advice and information on a range of subjects and enjoy board games and talks.

For more details on the community hub, call Vicky on on 01275 462510 or email backwell.life@gmail.com

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