IN PICTURES: Easter egg hunt held in Clevedon’s Herbert Gardens
PUBLISHED: 12:00 21 April 2019
Youngsters grabbed their rabbit ears and bunnies as they embarked on an Easter egg hunt in Clevedon.
The Friends of Herbert Gardens staged the search for children of primary schoolchildren at the site off of Hill Road in Clevedon.
Children made their way around the gardens in search of the delicious chocolate eggs.
Flower beds, bushes and trees acted as perfect hiding places for the illusive sweet treats and it was down to the youngsters to put their heads together to track down their prizes.
At the end, the children tucked into chocolatey finds after a job well done.
The Friends of Herbert Gardens is a voluntary group of people who undertake minor maintenance work and report any vandalism or damage at the 19th century municipal park which was given to the town by Sir Arthur Elton.
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