Cadbury is gearing up for a hopping great Easter by inviting chocolate fans across the country to join in Cadbury’s Great British Egg Hunt.
As the last Cadbury Easter Egg rolls off the production line at Bournville, the Cadbury Easter Bunny has set off on his Easter mission to gather and deliver delicious Cadbury chocolate to families up and down the UK. With over 10,500 Cadbury Easter Eggs produced every hour at Bournville in the lead-up to the family fun weekend, fans are in for a treat this Easter season.
Ahead of starting his Easter mission, the Cadbury Easter Bunny paid a visit to the Bournville factory, where he filled up his basket with egg-citing Easter treats, straight from the production line. Hopping onto his bike, the Easter Bunny then embarked on his joyful journey to deliver the delicious products to the nation, meaning Cadbury’s Great British Egg Hunt is officially on!
This year, the Cadbury Easter Bunny is encouraging fans to come together to create egg-stra special egg hunts for all to enjoy. Cadbury is teaming up with the National Trust to offer families the ultimate day out with more than 300 Cadbury Easter Egg hunts being activated across various sites in the lead up to Easter.
With over 300 egg hunts to choose from across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, Cadbury will be sure to help families have a fun-filled Easter. Whether you’re a brave Dragon Hunter heading to Bodium Castle to take part in the Easter Dragon Hunt or a courageous young princess or knight heading to Stowe to follow the trail of the brave knight, there is a Cadbury Easter Egg hunt at the National Trust for the whole family to enjoy.
To find out more and discover a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at a National Trust property near you, visit: