2018 Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in aid of Barnardos

The Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in aid of Barnardos takes place this year in Merrion Square, Dublin 2 on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st March.

Families looking for a jam-packed day of fun can look no further as the event truly has something to keep everyone entertained.

The city centre park will once again be transformed into a chocolatey children’s playground with an interactive Easter egg hunt at the heart of it. Touch and feel your way around the park to crack the clues and complete the hunt. Everyone’s a winner and will receive a delicious Cadbury Easter egg when they finish.

After the hunt is complete, join in with the kids’ céilí or family yoga before heading to make rabbit sock puppets to take home with you. Want to see the real thing? There will be real life rabbits there to pet and play with and learn about what they eat and how they jump so high. Earn Your Ears by playing carnival games or competing in the sports day races before getting your face painted as your favourite Easter character.

After all the action, fun and games, head to the Barnardos tent for story time to relax before heading home with a goody bag and lots of fond family memories.

Speaking about the event, Jennifer Zamparelli said “I am so excited to be involved in this year’s Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in aid of Barnardos. After welcoming my second child earlier this year I truly understand how important it is to support the important work that Barnardos does. The Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt is a brilliant family event for such a great cause and it makes for the perfect day out this Easter.”

Family tickets cost €20 and single tickets cost just €5 with every cent from the ticket sales going to Barnardos to help their important work with children across Ireland.

Families can choose from a morning slot (10:30am-1pm) or an afternoon slot (2pm – 4:30pm) on the Friday and Saturday. Tickets are on sale from 12pm on Thursday 8th March fromwww.ticketweb.ie/cadburyEEH with 100% of the proceeds going to Barnardos.

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