Hundreds of families flocked to Hannahs at Seale-Hayne on Good Friday. Children were kept busy solving clues in the Really Wild Duck Hunt and visitors of all ages joined in Easter themed art and drama sessions.
Meanwhile Hannahs guests spent their art sessions before Easter creating wonderful eggs out of papier mache and different colourful materials. They then created a very original and striking Eggsmas Tree in time for Easter.
Hannahs Marketing and Events Executive, Matt Newbury, said “We’ve had a brilliant Easter at Hannahs, despite the mixed weather and our Duck Hunt has proved a particular hit, with more than 400 children solving the clues to win a chocolate treat, kindly sponsored by Sainsbury’s local in Newton Abbot. On the sunnier days we’ve been piping music into the quad and had large games out for the kids to play with and the atmosphere has been amazing. We’ve even had guest visits from some of our animals, to add to the fun. Our Edwardian quad does make a wonderful place to enjoy a drink or a bite to eat when the sun is shining, so pop up and see us soon. Activities are running right over the Easter Holidays”.