The Portishead Easter Trail returns this week to give families a chance to explore the town centre and win prizes.

It starts on March 29 and comes to an epic conclusion on April 14.

Participants are tasked to solve clues found on ten Easter themed posters located around the High Street, Stoke Road, and Combe Road.

The clues are to be compiled into a sentence, with all correct entries becoming part of a prize draw.

It is organised by Tanya Marriott from SoleLution shoeshop on 62 High Street, and supported by Reeds Rains estate agents.

The aim of the trail is to encourage community engagement with local businesses.

North Somerset Times: It starts on March 29 and comes to an epic conclusion on April 14

For a £1 fee at SoleLution, one can become part of this fun-filled hunt, simultaneously supporting a greater cause.

The proceeds will help support vulnerable children in Africa.

Ms Marriott, the annual visitor and supporter of Jolaurabi School in Kenya, passionately contributes by donating and fitting pre-worn shoes along with local volunteers.

She said: "The aim of the Easter trail is to get people out and about in our town centre exploring local businesses, enjoying hours of family fun, while also supporting those less fortunate than ourselves."

The deadline to return the completed Easter Trail entry forms to SoleLution is midday on April 15.

The correct entries will be drawn for a chance to win numerous prizes and gift vouchers.

The winners will be notified and asked to collect their prizes from SoleLution.