Acres of rainbow coloured Easter adventures
|Author: Steven Shaw||Published: 6th April 2009 19:49|
With over 10 acres of beautiful gardens to explore, little visitors at Compton Acres in Poole this Easter will be in for a multi-coloured surprise as they're challenged to hunt for giant Easter eggs making up all the colours of the rainbow.
Concealed on a winding journey through wooded valleys, across giant boulders and through vibrant heather gardens, mini adventurers will be taken on an exciting journey - even going as far as Italy and Japan in the attractions themed gardens.
Taking place daily from Friday 10th - Monday 13th April between 10am - 4pm, the historic garden attraction in Canford Cliffs will arm families with a rainbow coloured map with hidden Easter eggs just waiting to be found - collect yours at the ticket desk upon entry.
The giant Easter egg hunt is free although normal garden entry applies.
Other activities taking place include biscuit decorating, pot painting and mask making.
EASTER OFFER - Family pass only £20 including entry for 2 adults and 3 children, includes all activities, garden entry and entry into the model railway.
DONATE YOUR OLD MOBILE PHONE AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE- Children that generously donate their old mobile phone to Compton Acres chosen charity for 2009, Life Education Wessex, will receive a FREE ‘Harold Juice' at the Harbour View Café.
Life Education is an independent and self-supporting branch of a national charity working in partnership with schools and the community to help children between the ages of 3 and 11 make informed healthy choices.
For further information visit http://www.comptonacres.co.uk/ or call 01202 701828.
Article - Liz Lean PR