Become an Easter eggsplorer at Peckover House, Wisbech, and follow Cadbury trail

12:08 04 April 2014

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Families can unleash their inner explorer by following Cadbury’s Eggsplorers Easter egg trail at Peckover House, in Wisbech.

The National Trust, which owns the North Brink building, has teamed up with Cadbury to offer a trail from April 19-21.

Families will be given an Eggsploration kit, which includes a trail journal, map, passport and explorer hat to help complete the trail.

A National Trust spokesman said: “Although we can’t guarantee that a successful journey will result in new lands being discovered, we can promise a Cadbury Egghead Easter egg!

“What’s more, every Cadbury Easter egg trail will help support the National Trust’s work as a charity looking after special places for ever, for everyone.”

The house will be open from noon-4pm each day.

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