Milton Keynes families invited to free outdoor Easter activities starting this weekend

An easter egg hunt has been organised at this popular Milton Keynes park.

Friday, 26th March 2021, 3:23 pm
Updated Friday, 26th March 2021, 3:28 pm

The Park's Trust have organised a free competition at Great Linford Manor Park.

The not-for-profit organisation have created a hunt including: puzzles, clues and self-guided trails to locate hidden Easter eggs across the park.

The trail will be in operation throughout daylight hours and participants are reminded not to remove or replace Easter eggs, so everyone can enjoy the hunt. The trail opens tomorrow (March 27) and will run for two weeks, finishing next Sunday April 11.

Great Linford Manor Park will host two weeks of free Easter activities

Parking is available at Milton Keynes Arts Centre, Parklands (off St. Leger Drive), MK14 5DZ. Please note, the Memorial Hall car park is currently closed.

Great Linford Manor Park is a historic park that's history can be traced back to Saxon times, at least. It has water gardens and heritage walks that can be completed.

The two trails will cater to different levels of ability, the first trail is aimed at five to seven-year-olds, and contains nine blue eggs to find. Children with the help of their parents, if needed, must solve puzzles to reveal the locations of the eggs. The second trail has nine yellow eggs hidden away to be discovered, this is aimed at Key Stage Two children aged between seven and 11.

Further information on the trails along with answer sheets, available to download can be found on The Park's Trust, website here.