25 children descend on Fens village for annual Easter egg hunt

15:42 22 April 2014

Coldham Residents Action Group held an Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Coldham and surrounding area on the village playing field

Coldham Residents Action Group held an Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Coldham and surrounding area on the village playing field

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An Easter egg hunt drew not only local residents but others from neighbouring villages to Coldham on Sunday.

Coldham Residents Action Group held an Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Coldham and surrounding area on the village playing fieldColdham Residents Action Group held an Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Coldham and surrounding area on the village playing field

Around 25 descended on the village playing field and there were eggs for all those who took part.

There were special prizes for the children that found the Easter Bunny and Easter Chick. First and second prizes were awarded for Easter Bonnet and painted hard boiled eggs, kindly judged by Margaret Holmes.

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