There are nature-filled Cadbury Easter Egg hunts happening across the Isle of Wight this spring.
A long weekend of discovery starts at the end of April, with spring blooming at the special places the National Trust looks after on the Isle of Wight.
There are four Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts to choose from across the Island, guaranteeing a fun-filled Easter for everyone.
At Bembridge Windmill and the Needles Battery, families can get stuck into all sorts of outdoors activities that will bring little ones closer to nature throughout the long weekend (19-22 April). On two special days (21-22 April) there’s a chance to use all your senses to track down the clues at Newtown or at Mottistone Gardens follow the red squirrels through the flowers and shrubs to solve the puzzle.
Each and every visit to a National Trust place helps support the charity’s work caring for special places.
Every penny raised from the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts goes into looking after National Trust properties and Cadbury receives no money from supporting the Easter Egg Hunts.
Each Isle of Wight Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt is £2 per person (under-fives free) and normal admission applies.
More details can be found here.