The Moor Sheffield is hosting a free Easter Egg Hunt this April for children in Sheffield to get involved with during the Easter break.
The egg hunt will take place on the 12th, 13th and 14th of April between 11am and 2pm. Easter stickers will be displayed in the windows of several retailers and eateries on The Moor.
Children will be given a trail map with clues to where the Easter stickers are hidden. Once children have found all the stickers and completed their trail map, they can return their trail map to receive an Easter treat.
During the three day Easter event The Moor will also be collecting donations and food bank donations for their charity of the year The Trussell Trust.
Amanda Phillips, centre manager for The Moor, said: “We are delighted to be holding an Easter event on The Moor this year. Our Easter events have always been a great success in the past and we are looking forward to seeing the local children getting involved with the Easter-themed fun”.
“We hope to bring lots of people to Sheffield City Centre during the Easter holidays and in turn raising vital funds and food bank donations for our charity of the year The Trussell Trust to help support them in the fight to stop UK hunger”.
The Moor will also be holding an Easter themed social media competition encouraging children to create Easter crafts. Parents and Guardians can enter their children’s creation by posting it on The Moor’s Facebook page where they will be entered into a draw to win a prize.