A bone to pick this Easter

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The Old Rectory at Peartree Bridge will be the site of some very strange goings-on this Easter as Inter-Action MK attempts to hunt down dinosaur eggs.

The group will also unearth ancient bones and create new dinosaurs, and they need your help.

On Saturday, April 7 between 1pm and 4pm the Old Rectory in Peartree Bridge are opening their grounds for the most exciting prehistoric Easter celebration since the first egg was laid!

Take the family and celebrate Easter by helping to dig up dinosaur skeletons and search out dinosaur eggs, scare yourself silly with stories of adventure and danger, relax in the beautiful dino-friendly grounds and gardens, and create some inspiring dino-art.

Community arts charity Inter-Action MK has been bringing inclusive arts to life in Milton Keynes for over 35 years and specialises in creative and exciting community events. This Easter event will be full of family activities and Easter eggs, and will also be the launch of the Design-a-Dino competition to create a new look for the iconic triceratops that guards Peartree Bridge.

During the Easter holidays there are other dino-themed activities to get involved with at Inter-Action. There will be two afternoons of messy, prehistoric fun making sock puppets, dino-masks and papier-mâché dino-heads, on Tuesday 3 and Thursday 12 April from 1pm to 4pm (free event, children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult).

The Old Rectory is on Waterside in Peartree Bridge, off Marlborough Street next to the Peartree Bridge Inn. The Easter event is free with donations welcome – for more information contact Inter-Action MK on 01908 678514.