Egg hunt to help sick children at Rodley Nature Reserve

Egg hunt to help sick children at Rodley Nature Reserve

Egg hunt to help sick children at Rodley Nature Reserve

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An Easter egg hunt is being organized to raise money to help sick children.

The event, on Easter Sunday, will raise funds for Martin House Hospice and the Children’s Air Ambulance.

It is being organised by the Aireborough Nomads – a satellite group of the Rotary Club of Aireborough – in conjunction with Rodley Nature Reserve.

The event will run at the reserve 11 am-3 pm. Entry is free and every child completing the egg hunt circuit will receive a gift. There will also be a hook-a-duck, tombola, and refreshments.

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