Cadbury and Clumber Park team up to make Easter eggs-tra special

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Cadbury and the National Trust’s Clumber Park are teaming up again to add a magical twist to the traditional family Easter egg hunt over the 2012 Easter weekend.

The entertainment begins on Good Friday with the chance to solve Easter clues on a trail in the pleasure ground. The fun and games will include face painting and children’s entertainers and games such as the ‘coconut shy’.

And it doesn’t stop there – come along to Clumber’s lambing event for a chance to see the new born lambs in the Events Field near the Main Visitor Facilities, open all weekend.

As well as the lambs, there will be craft activities for the children, a tasty BBQ and White Post Farm will be bringing their petting zoo on Saturday and Sunday.

The Walled Kitchen Garden has plenty to offer for all the family, with a Pot Making and Seed Sowing activity running throughout the Easter period, and if the children still have some energy left to burn, then why not go to the woodland play park or hire a bike to discover Clumber’s hidden depth.

All of Clumber’s Easter events are being held under cover, so even if the sun doesn’t shine, you won’t miss out.

Clumber Park’s campsite is also open for Easter, so why not book a pitch for your tent or take advantage of Clumber’s wigwams and pods and enjoy a night under the stars.

For more details about this, and other National Trust Clumber Park events, visit Clumber Park website, follow them on Twitter @NTClumberPark or on Facebook at NT Clumber Park.