The Big Egg Hunt 81/365

The eggs have arrived in London!

There are 101 eggs, all individually decorated hidden around Covent Garden.

Sponsored by Lindt, All money raised from the Big Egg Hunt will go directly to Action for Children, which works directly with more than 250,000 children, young people, parents and carers each year and run more than 600 services across the UK.

Today Jak had an audition at the Colliseum theatre in London which is just round the corner from Covent Garden so once he had finished we popped round to join in some pre Easter fun by hunting down some chocolate in the Gold Bunny garden and searching for some of the two and-a-half-foot high fibreglass eggs which have been designed by leading artists and designers featuring Moshi monsters, A Squash and a Squeeze, Dora, Sponge Bob and Humpty Dumpty.

As it was snowing today and very cold in the City we decided to go back another day maybe during the holidays as they are there until the 7th April, hopefully we get some better weather so we can hunt down all 101 eggs.


About mumof3musketeers

I'm a mum of three boys, Jak who is 16 years old, Joseph who is 11 and the youngest Oliver who is 7 years old. I work as a CA at a primary school and love my job. My boys are child models and belong to a modelling agency. I studied at college and university in Fashion and recently passed my level 3 in Childcare. My partner is a keen cyclist and won a national title in amateur boxing in 2007, as a family we love caravan holidays and being outdoors.
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1 Response to The Big Egg Hunt 81/365

  1. Anni says:

    Fun ways to celebrate Easter. 🙂 Someday I’ll see London. Someday!

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