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Easter Egg Hunt Woodbridge

Woodbridge is the destination of choice for families this Easter with a host of free events. On Easter Saturday, 30th March, there will be a Free Easter Egg Hunt in Elmhurst Park, Woodbridge, organised by Choose Woodbridge.

This popular event, now in it’s 8th year, has become a must-do fixture on family calendars. On the same day, the Vintage & Modern Market will take place on Woodbridge’s historic Market Hill – providing a welcome diversion from all the chocolate-based fun.

The event starts promptly at 10am and is open to children age under 14. The challenge is to find the hidden beans and swap them for chocolate eggs. Choose Woodbridge are very grateful that The East of England Cooperative Society is, for a second year, the main sponsor of this event – donating all the chocolate eggs. Other local businesses are also generously donating to the cause in other ways.

egg_huntThe popular Woodbridge Vintage & Modern Market of 2013 has it’s first outing on the Market Hill and inside the Shire Hall on Saturday 30th March between 9.30am and 4pm, with over 50 traders packing out their stalls in the iconic Suffolk setting. The market will feature a wide range of the region’s leading designers, interiors, fashion, vintage and furniture traders.

Free car parking on Easter Saturday is the icing on the cake, making the list of reasons to come to Woodbridge over Easter as long and compelling as they come. The free Car parking has kindly been arranged by Choose Woodbridge from 8am to 6.30pm at the Suffolk Coastal District Council offices on Melton Hill.

“Easter is traditionally a time for families and over the last eight years the Easter Egg Hunt has become a much loved fixture in the Woodbridge calendar. On top of our fabulous array of family-friendly shops, cafes and restaurants, the Vintage & Modern Market provides another unique reason to visit Woodbridge over the Easter weekend. We hope to see many people out and about, enjoying our beautiful town.” Says Rita James, Choose Woodbridge Co-ordinator.

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