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Virtual Easter egg hunt held by hospice starts on Friday




St Nicholas Hospice Care is running a virtual Easter egg hunt starting this Friday.

The hunt will allow families to continue with the seasonal tradition by spotting Easter eggs hidden in photos posted by the hospice online.

Some of the Easter bunny's friends will also be hiding in the photos which offer varying degrees of difficulty and ensure people of all ages can take part.

The hospice will run a virtual Easter egg hunt from Friday
The hospice will run a virtual Easter egg hunt from Friday

Emma Clements, the charity’s philanthropy officer, said: “This year Easter is going to be very different for all of us. The typical events families would have usually enjoyed are unable to go

ahead. At a time when we are all staying indoors to protect ourselves and others, we wanted to be able to offer our community something seasonably fun that the whole family could get involved in."

It is free to take part in the challenge, but donations to the hospice are welcomed.

For more information on how you can take part, click here.

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