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White rabbit leads youngsters to a wonderland of Easter fun at Spalding’s Ayscoughfee Gardens





Youngsters found themselves in wonderland thanks to a giant white rabbit.

The Macmillan Easter Egg Hunt returned to Ayscoughfee Hall Gardens in Spalding on Friday.

Children were given the opportunity to search the picturesque gardens to find themselves a chocolate egg, while also raising money for a good cause.

Three-year-old Lilly Bennett and Aaliyah Rouse, 5, at Spalding's Ayscoughfee Gardens. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Three-year-old Lilly Bennett and Aaliyah Rouse, 5, at Spalding's Ayscoughfee Gardens. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Youngsters Hareni, 12, Viswa, 11, and Vyaas, 11 get in the Easter mood. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Youngsters Hareni, 12, Viswa, 11, and Vyaas, 11 get in the Easter mood. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Egg-cellent! Macey, 11, and Joanna, 6, Adams found this chocolate treat. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Egg-cellent! Macey, 11, and Joanna, 6, Adams found this chocolate treat. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Nancy, 4, and George, 2, Eve are egg-cited on the hunt. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Nancy, 4, and George, 2, Eve are egg-cited on the hunt. Photo: Chris Lowndes
These ladies have fun with the rabbit. Photo: Chris Lowndes
These ladies have fun with the rabbit. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Aaliyah Rouse with the funny bunny. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Aaliyah Rouse with the funny bunny. Photo: Chris Lowndes

Games and a colouring competition were also on the agenda at the event, organised by the Spalding and Holbeach Macmillan Fundraising Committee.

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And to help everyone get in the mood for Easter, a big friendly bunny helped participants get searching.



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