The Alsager Easter Bunny Hunt surpasses expectations

This year’s Easter Bunny Hunt organised by Alsager Partnership was a huge success with 100 children taking part.
The weather was perfect and from 10am the children and their parents came along to pick up the Challenge Map that had a trail through the town where they had to visit 9 businesses to have their card stamped. Once they had got all 9 stamps, they returned to the start to collect an Easter Egg, have a drink and watch a film show.

Our Easter Bunny entertained while the children queued for their map and Bunny hunter sticker.
The stop off at the Library include a competition to guess how many sweeties in the Jar and this was won by Samson Owen who was the nearest with 113 ( the number in the jar was 114) so almost spot on.

Here are some of the comments from those taking part as well as the businesses.
Beading Amazing - We had a great time stamping all your cards at our "bunny station" today. Well done everybody and Happy Easter
Flower Passion - We had a lovely morning, seeing everyone out being able to do the Easter egg hunt was brilliant thank you to all of our little visitors today. Happy Easter everyone from all at Flower Passion
Two Doors Studio - We thoroughly enjoyed the event. Lots of little people had their card stamped - some quite chatty, some overawed by it all!
Sar Louise - We absolutely loved it thanks to you all very lucky to be part of such a wonderful community xxx
Rachel Morrison - It was a wonderful morning, thank you for organising and for all the lovely businesses.
Maureen Conroy Norman - Wasn’t it lovely to see so many people/little ones around the village this morning Well done to you all looked like you were all enjoying yourselfs especially the Easter bunny
Danielle Forster -Thank you, we had a brilliant morning! So good to be doing this again, we've missed it

The leftover eggs were donated to Alsager Foodbank, seen here being received by the Food Bank Team.

A big thank you goes to our bunny team for all their hard work

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