Woodland Easter egg hunt to be held in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 08:03 18 April 2019 | UPDATED: 08:03 18 April 2019

close-up view of eggs in easter basket being held by little boy after easter egg hunt

close-up view of eggs in easter basket being held by little boy after easter egg hunt

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Children and parents are invited to an Easter egg hunt in St Albans this weekend.

The Woodland Trust St Albans Local Support Group is holding its annual Easter egg hunt at Wick Wood in Marshals Drive on Saturday (April 20), between 10am and midday.

The hunt will start at the welcome table at the Marshals Drive entrance to the wood. Children can run around collecting coloured tokens, and once they have five different colours these can be exchanged for a chocolate treat.

The entry cost is 50p per child, and all proceeds will go towards the Woodland Trust to support their work.

All under 16s must be accompanied by an adult, and participants are asked to prepare for muddy conditions and wear suitable outdoor clothing.

The Woodland Trust aims to protect and campaign on behalf of the UK's woods, plant trees and restore ancient woodland to benefit people and wildlife.


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