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Join us on our annual Easter Egg Hunt (in sponsorship with Cadbury)


Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
No Easter would be complete in this house without our annual Easter Egg hunt involving copious amounts of chocolate eggs of varying shapes and sizes. This year we were lucky enough to receive some yummy Cadbury Easter Eggs to include in our hunt and let's face it, Easter wouldn't be Easter without a Cadbury egg of some description (the Cadbury Easter Egg Super Hunt Pack -RRP £6.99- is particularly handy for all your Easter Egg Hunt needs!).
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
As well as the traditional family favourites, this year Cadbury's have added this super cute Peter Rabbit Dairy Milk Egg to the range, to celebrate the release of blockbuster motion picture Peter Rabbit (released on the 16th March). The Easter Egg retails at £6.99 which is amazing value considering you get a soft toy included too. My almost 11 year old still has a 'thing' for soft cuddly animals so took Peter under her wing straight away!
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
This time last year we were on holiday in the Lake District exploring Beatrix Potter's House and surrounding countryside which inspired her series of famous children's tales.
Beatrice Potter's House
Lowen and Rory loved exploring her small farmhouse (Hill Top House) and seeing with their own eyes the views that were depicted in her much loved books, including Peter Rabbit. It was absolutely beautiful and no wonder that it inspired Beatrix so much.
Beatrice Potter's House
Getting back to this years egg hunt, and hubby LOVES nothing better than hiding our family favourite Cadbury Mini Eggs around the garden for the kids to find. Luckily our much loved mini eggs now come in handy treat size packs so we don't have to worry about health and safety issues (like the time he hid mini eggs in the guinea pig hutch - the guinea pig is still alive you'll be pleased to know!).
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
To round off our early Easter celebrations we cracked open a Cadbury Egg n Spoon and held our very own egg and spoon race around the garden. The Oreo Egg 'n' Spoon eggs in particular are YUMMY.
Egg n Spoon race
Obviously I hid the Cadbury Creme Eggs from the kids so I could devour them all by myself once they had gone to bed.....I also found they go surprisingly well with red wine.
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
To help get you in the Easter spirit don't forget to download the brand new book - Tale of the Great Easter Bunny - which is a collaboration between Cadbury and Saturday's star Frankie Bridge. The downloadable book is a re-adaptation of the same story created by Cadbury 20 years ago and celebrates the Easter Bunny story over the Easter season. The story follows siblings Jack and Molly as they discover a series of mysterious clues and embark on an enchanting Easter Egg Hunt with the their parents Tom and Sarah....my kids loved it!

Cadbury are also holding lots of Easter Egg Hunts throughout the country over the Easter weekend. Here in North Cornwall there is one running from the National Trust shop in Boscastle (down by the harbour). To find out where your nearest Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt is then just enter your postcode on their Easter page.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Cadbury. All thoughts are my own.
Beth Sachs
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