An Easter hunt with a difference is underway in Lowestoft thanks to the artistic skills of some young people.

Children of Poplars Primary School have painted a variety of rocks, which have now been concealed across the town for people to discover.

The rocks can be found in locations such as from the Pavilion to Claremont Pier, Sparrows Nest, Belle Vue Park, North Quay retail park, Normanston Park, and the roads surrounding Poplars Primary and St Margaret’s Church.

Marked with either #poplars or #poplarsprimary, these rocks mean prizes and can be exchanged at the primary school's office before Thursday, March 28, for a lucky raffle ticket or a crème egg for those in the school community.

Lowestoft Journal: The rocks have been painted by schoolchildren The rocks have been painted by schoolchildren (Image: Poplars Primary School)

The raffle's winner will be announced during the Poplars Easter Spectacular taking place on the same day from 2pm.

This event boasts a range of stalls, rides, and activities, with entry prices at £2 for adults and £1 for children.

For more details about the Easter rock hunt or the upcoming event, visit the school's Facebook page.