Spring is springing and it's nearly time for our annual Easter Chocolate Trail! We have lots of treats in store this year and we'll be looking at how to bake up the ‘ingredients of a full childhood’.
If you come down to Priory Park, Chichester on Easter Saturday (30th March) you’ll find that this is an Easter Trail with a difference. This fun-filled family event is held annually by Children on the Edge and sponsored by Montezuma's Chocolates. It's a great activity to kick off the Easter holidays and has become a firm favourite on the local calendar.
Each year children come along to the park and join in the trail, learning about our work and collecting delicious Montezuma’s chocolates along the way! This year the trail will be exploring what ‘ingredients’ are needed for a full childhood, and how our projects provide these for vulnerable children around the world.
Alongside the trail there will be the usual array of treats and refreshments including O’Hagan’s sausages, face painting, crafts and activities, bouncy castle, raffle and much more, both indoors and outdoors, so come along rain or shine! The Mayor will be joining us at the start around 10.00 am, and the trail will be running until 2 pm.
Children in schools around the area have also been 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.
Entry fee for the trail is £3.50 for one or £6.00 for two. 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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