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Bexley Easter events prove a hit

PUBLISHED: 12:53 02 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:11 02 April 2013

Five-year-old Emily Sullivan collects her Easter eggs at the Woodlands Farm hunt

Five-year-old Emily Sullivan collects her Easter eggs at the Woodlands Farm hunt

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Children and adults across Bexley braved the poor weather conditions to make Easter 2013 a memorable occasion.

Peter Rabbit with Sebastian Leaf, four, receiving his eggs at the Sidcup High Street EggstravaganzaPeter Rabbit with Sebastian Leaf, four, receiving his eggs at the Sidcup High Street Eggstravaganza

Scores of youngsters took part in an Easter egg hunt at Woodlands Farm in Welling on Good Friday morning (March 29).

The farm’s education officer Hannah Forshaw said: “It was very well attended - more than 100 children turned up.

“They all had a great time and loved hunting for Easter eggs.”

Sidcup High Street’s Easter Eggstravaganza went off with a bang on Good Friday and Easter Saturday.

As well as the opportunity to meet Peter Rabbit, there were craft activities and an art competition.

Shops and cafès also provided face painters, hosted buskers and offered Easter promotions to shoppers.


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