Join Notcutts for a big Easter egg hunt this spring

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To celebrate Easter and the arrival of spring, Notcutts Garden Centre in Cranleigh will be holding free Easter egg hunts from Saturday 12th April to Monday 21st April between 11am and 4pm for all the local children to come exploring and get out and about this half term.

There will be six posters of the Easter Bunny located around the store and the children will need to find the posters, make a note of the location and return their form to a member of staff at the store in order to receive a delicious Easter treat!

Richard Hamlyn, centre manager at Notcutts in Cranleigh said: “Easter is a really fun time for us here at Notcutts, as it welcomes in spring and the time when we get active in the garden again after the long winter months! The Easter egg hunts are an exciting way to encourage the local children to come down to their local centre with their parents, giving them a fun activity to do during half term and giving parents the chance to explore all the incredible new products the centre has to offer.”

Notcutts is a family-owned group of 19 individual garden centres, each with their own distinct character. The company was started in 1897 and since that time its name has stood for excellence in gardening, offering what it believes to be the best products and friendly advice to help its customers.

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Report contributed by Notcutts Garden Centre.