Meet the Easter bunny at London Colney farm village

PUBLISHED: 12:49 01 April 2010 | UPDATED: 15:02 06 May 2010

The Easter Bunny with new friend Georgina Frost

The Easter Bunny with new friend Georgina Frost

CHASING the Easter Bunny and dodging Captain Chicken s eggs are just a few of the treats in store at a London Colney farm village. Willows Farm Village on Coursers Road has organised a chock-full programme of Easter activities for the up-and-coming school

CHASING the Easter Bunny and dodging Captain Chicken's eggs are just a few of the treats in store at a London Colney farm village.

Willows Farm Village on Coursers Road has organised a chock-full programme of Easter activities for the up-and-coming school holidays, including a brand-new attraction, Captain Chicken's Egg Dodge, where children can dodge eggs fired from the Easter cannons.

Young guests can also follow the Easter Bunny to the Easter Garden to find the hidden chocolate eggs and there will also be a Willows bunny hunt, where children have to find 12 bunnies hidden around the farm to win a prize.

The 500-acre farm village will be decorated from top-to-toe with bunnies, eggs and spring flowers for the event which will run from this Saturday until April 18.

Willows farmer Andrew Wolfe said that he was looking forward to the Easter holidays: "We can't wait for Captain Chicken's Egg Dodge to open. I'm sure our young visitors will have a cracking good time!

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