This year’s Easter Chocolate Trail, sponsored by the wonderful Montezuma’s Chocolates will be celebrating a decade of spring time fun and learning.
If you come down to Priory Park on Easter Saturday (19th April) you’ll find a fun-filled Easter Trail with a difference. We have organised this popular family event each Easter Saturday in Chichester for the last ten years. Each year has presented local children with a different theme, twist or challenge, and this anniversary event is no exception.
To celebrate 10 years of the event and 10 years of us being based in Chichester, we are using the trail to highlight 10 children’s rights that we support around the world.
All the work of Children on the Edge is guided by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, a treaty which was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1989. Through an array of interactive stands at this year’s event, children can explore and learn about their own rights, find out about the lives of other children around the world and collect delicious Montezuma’s chocolates along the way.
Alongside the trail there will be the usual array of treats and refreshments including O’Hagan’s sausages, fete games, bouncy castle, tombola and much more, both indoors and outdoors, so come along rain or shine!
Primary School children around the area will also be designing their own Easter Eggs for Montezuma’s Chocolates, in order to win an egg with their design on it. The two winning entries will be presented with their eggs at the Easter Trail. If your child would like to enter, just download the flyer which includes the egg shaped entry form, and send their designs to us at the office, or drop them into the Montezuma's Store in Chichester.
Entry fee for the trail is £4.00 for 1 child, £7 for 2 or £10 for 3. Do call the Children on the Edge office with any queries on 01243 538530 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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