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Become an 'eggs-plorer' at Coughton Court this Easter
11:30am Tuesday 8th April 2014 in News
COUGHTON Court is teaming up with Cadbury this Easter for a long weekend of fun and frolics.
The 'egg-citement' runs from Friday, April 18 until Monday, April 21 with an outdoor trail around the grounds, traditional outdoor games and the chance to find a number of ducks which have been hidden around the gardens.
Abi Cole, marketing and events officer said: "The team here at Coughton Court always look forward to the Easter weekend as it’s such a fantastic reason to get all the family together.
"Children love exploring the great outdoors and the trail means they can play, laugh, run around and of course enjoy a delicious chocolate egg at the end of the trail. They’ll also receive take-home crafts and activity sheets so the Easter fun can continue at home too."
New for this season, Coughton Court has developed its family offer with a whole host of traditional outdoor toys for children to enjoy in the fresh air. Games include quoits, a giant wooden tumble tower and croquet.
The theme ‘Coughton at War’ continues and visitors can discover the conflicts, through a new range of interpretation, which have shaped its 600-year history.
The restaurant will be open for visitors to enjoy a hot lunch, Easter afternoon tea or a slice of cake.
For more details visit nationaltrust.org.uk/coughtoncourt or call 01789 400777 and select option two.