Release Date: 30/03/2017
The Easter Egg Bunny, York House and the Mayor of Richmond – that’s right the hunt is on - it’s Easter Time!
Get into the Easter Spirit and raise some money for charity by coming along to the Mayor’s Easter Egg Hunt on Friday 14 April. All the usual trimmings can be expected from the hunt but booking is essential to avoid disappointment for your little ones.
Get online now and book today – it’s suitable for children of eight years and under, children must be accompanied by an adult and wearing appropriate outdoor clothing.
Richmond Mayor’s Cllr David Linnette, said:
“The Easter Egg hunt is back, it’s bigger than ever and we’re going to have loads of fun! Book online now to avoid disappointment and join us for the hunt in the picturesque grounds of York House.”
There are three sessions taking place at 2pm, 2.30pm and 3pm and you need to book by going online and visiting the Mayor’s Eggs-ellent Easter Egg Hunt timetable. All money raised will go to the Mayor’s chosen charity for the year the Integrated Neurological Services (INS).
Updated: 30 March 2017