Easter Egg-stravaganza!

Easter Egg-stravaganza!
Easter Egg-stravaganza! 17 April 2022 2pm—4pm Lands Village Hall

We can’t wait for our Egg-citing Easter Egg-stravaganza! on Sunday 17 April, 2pm—4pm.

Come in your finest Easter bonnet for a chance to win the best bonnet competition. Make your own Easter Bunny, enter our Easter quiz to win a £25 Amazon voucher, or try our treasure hunt. Moreover, if you’re up for a challenge try the Easter codebreaker or guess how many chocolate eggs the Easter Bunny stuffed into a jar!

We have loads to look forward to: competitions, an egg and spoon race, egg painting, pop–up bunnies, raffle, and refreshments. There are lots of prizes and goodies to win. Let’s see if you can join the fun before the Easter Bunny runs off with all the Easter Eggs and eats all the cakes. You should arrive early to avoid disappointment, you don’t want to get egg on your face!

So, we look forward to seeing you there, a friendly welcome awaits you.

Keep up to date with the event on Facebook and similarly, find out more about our events.

Rules

You must enter the Easter quiz by 15.00hrs on 17 April 2022 in person at Lands Village Hall. Entry into the quiz is free. To enter, you must complete the questions on the Easter Quiz sheet and hand it to the stewards. The judges will not accept late entries. During the event, the judges will mark all entries according to the correct answers and the entry with the most correct answers wins. However, if there is a tie, the judges will draw one of the tied answers from a hat for a single winner of the £25 Amazon voucher prize. The organisers will announce the winner during the event.

Only one prize available. The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative. Lands Village Hall will post the correct answers, the name and photograph of the winner on its website after the event. Therefore, all entrants agree to being photographed and named on the Lands Village Hall website to list the prize winners.

The judges’ decision is final in all matters related to the event’s competitions.

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Lands Village Hall was built in the 1870s or 1880s for the local miners. It became the village hall in 1955 and has been run by a charitable trust ever since. Lands Village Hall Trust believes in equality and diversity, and welcomes everyone through its doors. It is supported by Durham County Council and the local community. The Trust is an active member of The Village Halls Consortium. We welcome the support of the local community and people from further afield. If you wish to support or contribute, please get in touch with us.

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