Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Easter fun at home with Cadbury

  
Easter is a great time for getting out and about especially if you have children, one of the best things to do is an easter Egg trail.
As National Trust members we have been on a few Cadbury  trails our favourite being at Belton House in Lincolnshire. The clues are dotted around the estate and it makes an exciting time for the children and parents get to take in the views.


Whats lovely is each child gets a reward at the end and its lovely Cadbury goodies.

This year we will be doing a DIY version as Cadbury kindly supplied me with an Easter Egg Trail pack of my own, my children are bigger now but we still do the trail, its such a great time, hunting for clues, we are considering our local country park, but if the weather is bad its easy to do indoors too!

Whereever you decide to go, have a Happy easter and don't forget the Cadbury Eggs!

This Easter, Cadbury is adding an exciting twist to the traditional Easter egg hunt with the Easter Egg Trail Pack - the perfect kit to create a fun-filled Easter egg hunt at home. With Spring in the air, it is the perfect time to get all the family together and have some fun over the Easter weekend (6th – 9th April) by designing your very own egg trails.

At Easter, families cannot wait to enjoy the thrill of hunting down their favourite chocolate treats. With Cadbury’s Easter Egg Trail Pack, it is easy to bring the magic home and create your own Easter egg hunts.

Each Cadbury Easter Egg Trail Pack contains:
·       10 x Cadbury Dairy Milk hollow chocolate Eggs
·       1 x winner’s prize- Mini Eggs bag

In addition to containing tasty chocolate treats, the packs are adorned with cutout trail markers and arrows, making them ideal to plan an exciting hunt at home. The Cadbury Easter Egg Trail pack comes complete with handles to transform the pack into a basket, perfect for gathering eggs on a hunt at home or in the garden.

Cadbury Easter Egg Trail Packs are available from major retailers at an RRP* of £4.09 (tbc).

For more inventive and fun ideas on how to make the most of Easter and create your own egg trails at home visit www.eastereggtrails.co.uk.

5 comments:

  1. Never seen these, will definately be getting these for my kids this year, fab idea!

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  2. Good idea to get a pack!

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  3. This looks like it would be a great success with kids of all ages. Will look into getting a pack. x

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  4. oh wow never seen these before .... it looks so much fun :-) a propper easter egg hunt xx

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  5. I have never been on an Easter Egg hunt... Always wanted my parents to make one but they never did, sob :-( This looks like a good pack though!

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