GALLERY: Families flock to Horsefair Centre for Easter fun day

09:00 18 April 2014

Horsefair Easter fun day, Wisbech. Olivia Ainsley shows off her painted face. Picture: Steve Williams.

Horsefair Easter fun day, Wisbech. Olivia Ainsley shows off her painted face. Picture: Steve Williams.

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There was fun for all the family when a shopping centre held its annual Easter fun day on Wednesday.

Families packed the Horsefair Shopping Centre in Wisbech, where they were entertained by Uncle Mick’s magical Punch and Judy show and Dan the balloon modeller.

Visitors had a go on fairground rides, including Space Mountain, browsed stalls and took part in a free Easter egg hunt, with prizes for every child who identified all of the eggs hidden in shop windows throughout the Horsefair.

A competition was held for the best decorated hard-boiled egg and Donald Duck was on hand to have his picture taken.

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