Mums and Dads make sure you put Good Friday, the 14th April, in your diary so your youngsters don’t miss 'Hunt the Egg' at the Fighting Cocks, Horton Kirby (Kent). This will start promptly in the pub’s garden at noon (weather permitting, if not Easter Monday). Hunt for the coloured plastic eggs, to collect a real chocolate egg (£2 to enter, and all profits will be donated to Cancer Research ). Don’t forget to look out for the special note inside one of the eggs, which wins you the Mega Egg.
Join everyone at the Five Bells in Colne Engaine (Essex) for the Children’s Easter Egg Hunt on 12th April at the village Recreation Ground! The Hunt will begin at 2.30pm, so go to the pub and register before this time. Each child will be given a bucket to collect eggs and the cost is £3.95 per child to enter. All proceeds go to Essex Air Ambulance.
Bring the family together this Easter at The Milk House in Sissinghurst (Kent) for a Spring celebration. On Easter Sunday, they will be serving an ‘all day Easter lunch’ until 6pm, with a special set menu in the dining room finished off with delicious chocolatey eggs – what else?! For smaller tummies, there’s a children’s menu with baby portions of big favourites and – naturally – there will be buttery hot cross buns all weekend too!
At The Barrow House in Egerton (Kent), on Sunday morning, the Easter bunny will be hiding lots of chocolatey treats around the pub for an egg hunt at 11am. An ‘all day Easter lunch’ will be served until 6pm. Or, alternatively, alongside the spring menu, they will be serving a delicious roast of local lamb and a ridiculously good hot cross bun bread and butter pudding.
Get hunting now for a Great Country Pub near you where you and your family can make the most of the Easter holidays!
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