Weston Hospicecare are set to host a family fun Easter extravaganza on Sunday 24 April (At the end of the Easter Half Term) to raise money.
What is it?
With Easter-themed fun and a sponsored walk, the extravaganza promises to be a fantastic way to sign off the Easter school holidays.
Families will be able to take part in a fantastic Easter egg hunt, a sponsored walk and a word scavenger hunt.
The walk will be part of the day, but what do I need to do to take part?
To access all parts of the Eggstravaganza including the walk, register on the right hand side.
Participants of the sponsored walk are asked to raise £20 as a family, while there will be a £5 entry fee for each child to access all areas.
The walk will start from Apex Park. It will route toward Burnham’s much-loved Low Lighthouse before returning to Apex Park to complete the 5 mile route.
What do I get for coming?
Full safety cover, an Easter egg and refreshments along the route will be provided.
What’s do our Events Team think of the event?
Event’s Manager, Jane Murch, says “We’re delighted to be bringing this super-fun, Easter-themed, family day to Burnham-on-Sea.
“We can’t wait to see hundreds of our supporters.
“We promise it will be a fantastic way to entertain the kids. A great way to sign off the holidays before they go back to school after the Easter half term.”
Did you know…
Money raised from the event will directly support the work of Weston Hospicecare. The hospice cares for thousands of local people with a life-limiting condition.
The hospice is based in Uphill (near Weston-super-Mare) but covers Burnham, Clevedon, Cheddar and everywhere in between. Learn more about our services by clicking here.
It costs £4.4million each year to run the hospice’s vital services with 80% of income coming from the generosity of its supporters.