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Fun for all the family with Easter Egg Trails

Looking for something fun for all the family this Easter? Cadbury and National Trust are once again teaming up to bring the magic back to the Easter weekend (6th – 9th April) by offering enchanting Easter Egg Trails across 245 spectacular National Trust places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Cadbury’s Easter Egg Trails

Set in the grounds of some of the UK’s most beautiful and prestigious locations, Easter Egg Trails are a Cadbury twist on the classic Easter egg hunt. Follow the clues, answer the questions and complete the challenges to find your way to a special Cadbury prize. Each trail is unique to its host and offers fun and games ideal for all the family such as face painting, giant snakes and ladders, sack races and much more.

To join in with the fun, simply visit where you can find your nearest Cadbury and National Trust Easter Egg Trail event and details of how to participate, along with tips on how to make the most of the Easter weekend at home.

We’ll be spending our Easter weekend on the Isle of Wight. I was happy to see it featured in the latest issue of Gurgle magazine as a “good old-fashioned bucket and spade destination.” We’ll definitely be enjoying the fresh sea air and beautiful beaches, as well  as making time for the Easter Egg Trail at Bembridge Windmill!

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