Horsefair Shopping Centre’s Easter fun day guarantees eggs-citement for all the family

11:34 10 April 2014

Centre manager, Kevin Smith, with his first creation for the Horsefair Easter egg competition.

Centre manager, Kevin Smith, with his first creation for the Horsefair Easter egg competition.

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There will be fun for all the family at the Horsefair Shopping Centre next Wednesday at its annual Easter fun day.

The Wisbech centre’s event will run from 10am-2pm, with Uncle Mick’s magical Punch and Judy show entertaining shoppers at 11am and 1pm.

Alongside many stalls and attractions, children will be able to able to climb Spider Mountain for free and take part in a free Easter egg hunt, with prizes for every child who can identify all of the eggs hidden in shop windows throughout the Horsefair.

The shopping centre will also run a decorated hard-boiled egg competition which will be free to enter. The child who arrives at the centre with the best decorated hard-boiled egg will win a children’s Easter hamper.

Centre manager Kevin Smith said: “We have got plenty of activities to entertain children during the school holidays and we’ve got lots of prizes to give away in the Easter egg hunt and decorated boiled egg competition.

“It’s such a fantastic day and creates a brilliant atmosphere. I’m really looking forward to it.”

There will also be a host of other free attractions including face painting, balloon modelling and a fairground ride.

For a small charge children can also pose with Donald Duck for a photo to take home.

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