Eggcellent turn-out at Hogmoor Inclosure Easter event
An Easter themed activity day for local children, organised by The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company in partnership with The Beacon Church, proved to be a great success with more than 60 children and adults in attendance.
The event, which took place on April 11 at Hogmoor Inclosure Play Area, included an egg hunt, making a garden and an Easter challenge with Betsy the bunny and friends.
Over 35 Chocolate eggs were handed out to the children at the event and this was made possible by a donation from Tesco. Everyone Active, the provider of Mill Chase Leisure also donated a number of swim passes for a competition.
Commenting Naomi Metcalfe, community development officer, Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, said: “The event was a fantastic success and we were delighted with the turn out. Big thanks go out Janet Heys and her helpers from Beacon Church who worked tirelessly with us to make this event happen. With thanks also going out to Fi Edwards from Tesco who generously donated the chocolate eggs given to the children, Everyone Active for donating a number of swim passes and Rebecca Treharne from Healthy New Town.”
Commenting Naomi Metcalfe, community development officer, Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, said:
“This event is always loved by the community and we saw many families enjoying the events this year too. We also had the great advantage of using the natural play area at Hogmoor Inclosure.”
For further details and to access the full list of events, please visit the Prince Philip Park website events page at www.princephilippark.co.uk/events or call 01420 489 060.