Intense eggcitement at Church Farm April 14-17

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[dropcap type=”circle”]T[/dropcap]he Easter bunny will be hopping down to Wirral’s Church Farm this April for its annual egg hunt.

But this is not your average Easter Egg Hunt. 

The whole family can get involved starting with a ride on the tractor up to the Church Farm Easter forest, where you may just meet the Easter Bunny himself.

Farmer Mat Ledsham, said: “This is one of our most popular events of the year. It’s an Easter Egg Hunt with a difference and something the whole family will enjoy from young and old alike.”

Play hook-a-duck, basketball dunk and see-saw as you try to solve the Easter puzzle to win a chocolate gift.

Customers can also enjoy goat-feeding, egg-collecting, rabbit-cuddling or simply enjoying magnificent views of North Wales and the River Dee.

There are also home-grown, organic vegetables for sale in the farm shop as well as delicious treats for both adults and children alike in the café, complete with log burning stove for a cosy coffee after a busy day on the farm. 

Church Farm is open every day throughout the Easter Bank Holiday weekend from April 14-17. 

Pre-booked tickets cost £8.50 for adults and £8.00 for children. Children under one year old go free.

Tickets bought on the day cost £9.50 for adults and £9.00 for children if spaces remain.

For more information call 0151 648 7838 or visit Church Farm’s website by clicking or tapping here.

The Easter bunny – don’t engage him in conversation because he just rabbits on.


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