Find out how you can be part of popular Easter Egg trail

A scene from last year's successful Easter Egg Trail at Sparrow’s Nest Gardens in Lowestoft. Voucher

A scene from last year's successful Easter Egg Trail at Sparrow’s Nest Gardens in Lowestoft. Vouchers will be available from next week to be part of this year's event. Picture: Mick Howes - Credit: Archant

It's a popular tradition that children love.

And with Easter on the horizon, Lowestoft Lions are making preparations for this year's free egg trail event – with vouchers available next week.

The Easter Egg Trail is aimed at children aged 10 and under and will be held at Sparrow's Nest Gardens in Lowestoft on April 21 from 10.30am – with this year's event being sponsored by Nicholsons Solicitors.

The new voucher system, which was introduced last year and proved successful, attracted almost 500 entrants - so this will be repeated.

Each participating child requires a voucher, which will then be exchanged for a quiz sheet on the day - with an Easter Egg treat awaiting each child who completes the trail.

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The vouchers will guarantee children a place in the trail between 10.30am and 1pm. From 1pm until 2.30pm any unclaimed entry forms will be available to those without vouchers.

Vouchers, which are limited to four per person, can be collected from Cooks Furnishers in London Road South; FW Knights in London Road North; Dixon's Newsagent in Ashburnham Way; E C Longworth Butchers in Gorleston Road and Nicholsons Solicitors in Alexandra Road from next Monday, April 1.

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Organisers stress that vouchers cannot be reserved so are encouraging people to collect their voucher as soon as they are available.

Popular children's entertainers Steff will be in the park with music, magic, balloons and bubbles.

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