Sidbury pupils hunt eggs for prizes

PUBLISHED: 22:07 15 April 2011

Sidbury primary school children during their easter egg hunt. Picture by Terry Ife ref shv 0961-14-11TI

Sidbury primary school children during their easter egg hunt. Picture by Terry Ife ref shv 0961-14-11TI

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Easter eggs up for grabs as Sidbury Primary School ends term

THEY sought them here, they sought them there, and eventually they found them!

Cardboard Easter eggs were up for grabs at Sidbury Primary School at the end of term and there were plenty for all to find.

While some searched the playground, Sam Hattrell discovered eggs in the school’s wildlife area (pictured by Jane Barribal) – and they weren’t duck’s eggs.

Prizes were presented after the hunt and now pupils can look forward to some chocolate eggs on Easter Sunday.


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