High Park residents invited to easter egg hunt
Families in Southport’s High Park area are being invited to take part in an eggstra-special Easter community event next week
The Great Big Easter Egg Hunt takes place at Southport Community Centre on Norwood Road between 3pm-5pm on Tuesday 11th April.
Residents with children aged from 2-11 will be challenged to find the painted eggs hidden in the centre’s community garden to win a range of prizes.
The free event will also feature delicious food, giant garden games, face painting, arts and crafts and a range of other activities.
The Easter Egg Hunt has been organised by local charities Sefton CVS and the Brighter Living Partnership as part of the High Park Think Family Think Community Project.
This project – co-ordinated by the Brighter Living Partnership – works with local residents, encouraging them to get involved in grassroots community action and helping them to make positive changes to the quality of life in their area.
Project Community Development Worker, Jennifer Dowd, commented: “The Easter Egg Hunt will be another good opportunity for us to get our message to local people that active communities are healthy and happy communities.
“We’re hoping for a really good turnout at the event which will be a lot of fun and a great way to herald the start of this year’s Easter celebrations.”
Families can book places at the Easter Egg Hunt by ringing 01704 517810 or by leaving a message via www.facebook.com/highparktftc. The event is free, but donations to the project are always welcome.
Southport Community Centre is located on Norwood Road, close to the junction with Sussex Road and Peel Street.
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