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“Eggs” marks the spot for fun at Willows Farm Village
Family favourite, Willows Farm Village, is hosting a cracking Easter event between the 5th-21st April 2014, filled with fun activities guaranteed to keep everyone entertained!
Hop on down to Willows, the award-winning farm attraction in St Albans, where you can find special Easter activities such as the annual Easter Egg Hunt in the ‘eggs-quisite’ Willows Easter Garden.
Willows will also be honoured with an ‘eggs-clusive’ guest appearance from the Easter Bunny, who will be teaching visiting children her special ‘Bunny Hop’ dance.
Farmer Andrew at Willows said: “Everyone at Willows is making preparations for our Easter Eggstravaganza, and I think it’s going to be the best yet! We’ve got a choc-o-bloc schedule which will make this Easter ‘egg-cellent’, not to mention our various indoor and outdoor play areas to keep the whole family chirpy!”
After searching the garden for eggs and earning a chocolatey treat, children can make friends with the ‘eggs-tremely’ fluffy chicks and cotton-tailed rabbits in The Farmyard, or take a ride on Tristan the Runaway Tractor.
Give your little chicks a chance to ‘egg-cel’ themselves by ducking and diving to avoid the foam eggs being launched at them in Captain Chicken’s Egg Dodge. Further Easter fun has been hidden at Willows in the shape of bunny cut outs- find all six to win an Easter treat!
And if the weather isn’t ‘eggs-actly’ sunny side up, there’s plenty of indoor fun to be had in the Young Chicks Activity Play area, Woolly Jumpers Play Barn and Toddler Town.
Visitors to Willows will enjoy ‘eggs-ceptional’ value with the introduction of all-inclusive prices, which means unlimited fun for the whole family.
Easter Eggstravaganza will be at Willows Farm Village between 5th – 21st April 2014. For more information visit www.willowsfarmvillage.com or call 0870 129 9718.
Hertfordshire Health Walks
Hertfordshire Health Walks is a
countywide initiative of free, led walks and is coordinated by Countryside
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The Hertfordshire Health Walks schemes have around 180 trained volunteers leading a programme of 40 walks a week in seven main areas: Dacorum, Watford & Three Rivers, St Albans, Harpenden & Villages, Hitchin & Letchworth, Bishop's Stortford, Hertsmere & Hertford. We work in partnership with a variety of organisations throughout the county as well as forming part of the national campaign, Walking for Health (WfH).
Visit Our Health Walks for more information on each individual scheme, with easy-print black and white versions of the current leaflets also available. Maps of a selection of the walks are available on the Walk4Life website.
Once you have identified which walk you would like to walk on, please join up ahead of your first walk. Simply visit the online join up page, or if you prefer arrive ten minutes ahead of the start time to complete our new walker form.
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