Free fun family trails to provide plenty of 'egg-citement' in Tenbury and Upton this Easter - The Malvern Observer

Free fun family trails to provide plenty of 'egg-citement' in Tenbury and Upton this Easter

Malvern Editorial 2nd Apr, 2022   0

THERE will be plenty of Easter fun when some ‘egg-citing’ town trails come to Tenbury Wells and Upton-upon-Severn.

The free trails start on April 12 and run until April 16.

The trail in Tenbury challenges youngsters searching for 19 hidden Easter chicks around the town centre to reveal an Easter phrase. Once the phrase has been discovered, a prize can be collected from the Tourist Information Centre on Teme Street.

Upton’s trail involves youngsters solving riddles to find numbered eggs in shop windows around the high street. Once the riddles have been solved they will be able to help the Easter bunny find the final number of the golden egg. A prize can then be collected from the Tourist Information Centre in the Pepperpot.

Coun Daniel Walton, Malvern Hills District Council’s Portfolio Holder for Economy and Tourism, said: “We are really pleased to be holding these fun Easter trails and it’s great our local high street traders are getting involved.

“Tenbury and Upton are lovely towns to explore and have a stroll around, which makes it ideal for the whole family to get involved.”

Coun Bridget Thomas said: “Easter is a great time to get out and about in the fresh air, and these free trails are perfect for children of all ages.

“It is also a great opportunity for residents and visitors to discover our historical towns and visit areas they may not usually go to.”

Easter trail sheets can be picked up from the Tourist Information Centres in Tenbury and Upton from Tuesday, April 12.

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