Families invited to follow the Easter trail in Lichfield’s Beacon Park

Mar 29, 2012 by Lichfield District Council

 

Families are being invited to hop down to Beacon Park and take part in an Easter puzzle trail.

Rachel Martin, James Martin, Olivia Martin, Noah Boycott, Emily Pocock and Louise Pocock meeting the Easter bunny in Beacon Park

Rachel Martin, James Martin, Olivia Martin, Noah Boycott, Emily Pocock and Louise Pocock meeting the Easter bunny in Beacon Park

Taking place from March 31 to April 15, the trail allows participants to follow their map around the park, finding and solving hidden puzzles in the trees, while looking out for the i-spy pictures.

Councillor Val Richards, Lichfield District Council’s cabinet member for leisure services, said: “The trail is a great way to entertain your children during the school holidays.

“It is also a good excuse to get out and about in the fresh air in the beautiful surroundings of Beacon Park. And, you never know, if you go down to Beacon Park on March 31, you may well spot the Easter Bunny who will be launching the Easter trail!”

It costs £1 per child to follow the trail and once they have spotted the clues, they will each get a small prize.

The Easter trails will be available from the Ranger Station (near the crazy golf course) in Beacon Park every day from 9am to 4pm.

To find out about more events at Beacon Park, visit www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/historicparks.

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