Lauderdale House hosts an egg-shell-ent Easter celebrations
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The Easter bunny dropped in on a balmy Highgate on Sunday lunchtime as more than 100 children took part in a Easter egg-stravaganza of activities.
They were able to make and decorate their own Easter eggs from craft materials.
There was also an egg roll to see whose went furthest, before a final egg hunt to find them hidden around the knot garden at Lauderdale House.
Winners in three age categories each received a chocolate egg of their own as a prize.
The event, which was sold out, was compered by nun, Sister Mary McArthur.
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Helen Dalton, marketing manager at Lauderdale House, said: “We have been running the event for years and it is always really popular with local families.
“I’ve seen a lot of pictures of happy, smiling children, which is really nice.
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“The weather was perfect, which was ideal as the activities took place outside.”