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Bring the kids to the Townsend Community Orchard on Saturday 31st March at 11.30am, for an Easter Egg hunt.

The Easter Bunny will be leaving Easter eggs at various secret locations within the Community Orchard!

We will be gathering just before 11.30am so that the children can set off together to hunt for eggs.

You will also be able to try out the new outdoor classroom area, known as "The Core" with its recently installed log benches, and see the new orchard information board.

Come and see how well the fruit trees are doing just two years after they were planted. Some of the adults may want to join in with a 'weeding session' so that we can keep the orchard looking its best.

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