I’ve just noticed this one taking place tomorrow on Easter Sunday morning (Sunday 20th April 2014) at Holland Park, Brownhills – an easter egg hunt (careful how you say that), kicking off from the play area at 10:30am. The weather looks like it’ll be dry, and it’s free, so what’s not to love?
If you miss Sunday’s event, there are ones on Monday at Palfrey Park (really worth a visit) and Blackwood Park in Streetly on Tuesday, both also kicking off at 10:30am.
Walsall Parks guys put a lot of effort into this stuff, and really do a good job. Why not pop along and get hunting?
Unearth some tasty treasures in Walsall’s parks
Borough youngsters can hunt down some seasonal treats across Walsall’s parks this Easter.
Easter egg hunts have once again been organised by Walsall Council’s senior park rangers and will take place across Walsall this holiday period.
Teams of under 10s and teams of under 14s are being invited to take part in the free fun events. Each team can have a maximum of three members.
John Millard, Walsall Council senior park ranger, said: ‘Youngsters really love the Easter egg hunts – and we like to think it’s not just for the treat at the end!
‘They also have a lot of fun exploring our parks and making new friends as they go in search of the eggs.
‘We hope this year’s will prove just as popular and look forward to keeping hunters on their toes.’
On Easter Sunday, 20 April, Holland Park in Brownhills will be the venue. Teams should meet at the play area at 10.30am.
Another Green Flag Award-winning park will host an Easter egg hunt on Easter Monday 21 April.
Teams should meet at the pavilion in Palfrey Park in Dale Street at 10.30am.
The final hunt will be at Blackwood Park in Streetly, on Tuesday 22 April. The pavilion will be the meeting place for teams at 10.30am.
For more information contact senior park rangers John Millard on 07736 388409 or Malcolm Morris on 07831 157543.