Easter was royally celebrated in King’s Lynn’s Vancouver Quarter when families took part in an annual Easter egg trail.
Using specially-produced maps, youngsters turned super-sleuth last Saturday to find 15 giant Easter eggs hidden around the town centre.
Each egg displayed something unique which had to be noted on the map before it was returned and exchanged for an Easter egg and an entry into the shopping centre’s Easter prize draw.
Children wore crowns which had been hand-made by members of the Saturday Club, run by the Vancouver Quarter team. The club has free, drop-in sessions based on a variety of themes throughout the year for younger visitors.
Vancouver Quarter events and marketing assistant David Blackmore said: “Last year’s Easter egg trail proved to be really popular so we knew it had to be included in this year’s calendar of events.
“Our Saturday Club workshops are always busy as well and it seemed the perfect idea to team both these free, family-friendly events on Saturday.”
The next event is set to be a special collaboration with the town’s True’s Yard Fisherfolk Museum based at North Street when Saturday Club members will learn about diverse sea life and can make a curious jellyfish.