Easter Egg Hunt

Published: Monday 13th Mar 2017

Written by: Alice Foreman

Staying in Suffolk this Easter?

One of the best things about Easter is, of course, the chocolate! But traditionally, you have to put a bit of work into finding those well hidden Easter eggs. To celebrate the return of spring, we’re tasking our readers with an egg hunt with a difference. We have four Easter themed things across Suffolk for you to hunt. Will you be able to find them all?

Easter BunniesWith spring in the air the rabbits and hares will be out in force across Suffolk. March madness will see hares boxing in fields, and bunnies can be spotted in meadows and darting under hedgerows. How many can you spot over the Easter weekend?

Spring FloralsSpring sees the start of flowers coming into bloom as the cold of winter starts to fade away. See what kind of buds you can capture all over Suffolk, whether you’re in the middle of a town or out in the countryside. There is always something to be spotted - you just have to make sure you look hard enough.

Baby AnimalsEaster is a time for rebirth and newness - and what better encapsulates this than all the baby animals which will be experiencing their first spring? Be sure to visit Easton Farm Park and The Suffolk Punch Trust to see lambs and chicks stepping into the world. Keep an eye out over fields as well for calves and maybe even foals!

Eggs, Eggs, Eggs!There will be Easter Trails all over Suffolk in the build up to the big event. From Africa Alive in Kessingland, to Melford Hall in Long Melford and The Long Shop Museum in Leiston, you’re spoilt for choice with where to start hunting. Great fun for the little ones and adults alike, see who can collect the most chocolatey goodness.

We want to see your snaps! Tag us in your Easter photos with @suffolkcottageholidays on Instagram and @SuffolkCottHols on Twitter! 

Alice Foreman
Alice Foreman



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