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Easter Egg Hunt
Sun 16 April 2017, 11:00 – 13:00 BST
The Easter Bunny’s been today
He dropped some eggs along the way
Follow the clue - you need to be wise
As they will lead you to your prize
Where has the Gilwell Easter bunny been hiding all the chocolate?
If there’s one place you’re guaranteed to find plenty of eggs this Easter, it’s Gilwell Park. Bring the whole family along for an eggcellent time as you hunt around the grounds, following the clues to find the prize.
There will be plenty for the family to get involved in, from face painting, bushcraft and arts and crafts, get ready for a day of fun!
Please note that once tickets are sold out we have no further spaces. We cannot accept walk ins on the day for the easter egg hunt or bushcraft activities. We can also only accommodate ticket holders for the timeslot they have purchased.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Set in 108 acres of parkland that’s only 20 minutes from London Liverpool Street Station and 5 minutes’ drive from the M25 we benefit from both easy accessibility and ample parking facilities.
By rail, our nearest station is Chingford. Situated south of our centre, it is approximately 4 minutes drive. Taxis are available from outside of the station. You may wish to use the Transport for London website to plot your journey.
Ample free parking is available on site.
Can I pay by card on site?
The event is prepaid however we will have a number of additional activities and refreshments available to purchase on the day. Although our costa coffee accepts card payments we do not have an ATM on site so please bring the cash that you may need.
Do children need to be accommpanied?
Yes. Adults accompanying a group agree to act “in loco parentis‟ at all times and assume responsibility for all young people (i.e. a person under 18 years of age) in their group. Gilwell Park staff only provide instruction during Activities and must not be relied upon for the supervision of young people unless expressly agreed by them. It is both the Booking Purchaser and Ticket User’s responsibility to be aware and inform other adults in their group of these requirements. A group in this scenario is classed as 10 young people. Adult tickets are free, therefore please register any accompanyng adults.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email Gilwell.Events@scouts.org.uk with any queries and we will endeavour to respond in due course.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please save paper where possible and have your ticket prepared on your smartphone for registration.