CHILDREN are invited to an Easter egg hunt around a 17th Century unfinished summer house.
Chocolate manufacturer Cadbury has teamed up with heritage charity National Trust to offer two Easter egg hunts at Lyveden New Bield on Saturday, April 7, and the following day, which is Easter Sunday.
Children will have to follow clues, answer questions and complete challenges to find a chocolate prize.
Face painters will also be on hand to help create a festival atmosphere.
Hunts, which cost £1.50, will be held from 10.45am to 4pm each day.
Cadbury makes no profit from the traditional hunt, with all proceeds going to National Trust.
For details visit www.eastereggtrails.com.