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Support the National Trust this Easter

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The National Trust are a fantastic charity who are running some fantastic events this Easter for families all around the UK to enjoy. The National Trust have over 3.7 million members, 61,000 volunteers and they host millions of visotors to their properties each year. They’re a British institution and their Easter events go a long way towards helping them continue to keep people happy and to raise funds.

Join in the Easter fun with National Trust this year as they host events at more than 240 of their places in the UK. Hop on an Easter egg trail with National Trust and Cadbury, participate in an egg and spoon race, climb some trees, hunt for eggs, and just enjoy the great spaces that the National Trust preserves for us all.

These events make a perfect outing for families in the UK. Find a fab family Easter event and get out there and join in! Face painters,egg & spoon, sack races, the egg shy… they’ve got it all! Castle Drogo in Devon makes a great place to participate in one f the many egg and spoon races happening across the country. Races will take place on April 1st between 11am and 4pm at a cost of £2 each. Castle Drogo is known as “the last castle to be built in England” and your participation will help in conservation efforts. After your Easter activities you can explore the castle’s new exhibitions including discovering how the castle was built and visitng the memorial to the stonemasons who fought in the Great War. Grab lunch in their cafe (with Easter eggs for dessert!) so you can spend the whole day exploring.

Have fun and help the National Trust who protect over 350 historic houses, gardens, ancient monuments, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, downs, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves, villages… for everyone to enjoy!

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