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Southwold: Special pebbles up for grabs

PUBLISHED: 16:33 03 April 2010 | UPDATED: 16:59 06 July 2010

EAGLE-EYED art lovers have a rare chance to snap up an original mini sculpture for free this Sunday (April 4) at an "eggs-traordinary" Easter hunt.

More than a dozen hand-made ceramic pebbles, created by artist Serena Hall, will be hidden on Southwold beach to help raise awareness for Cancer Research.

EAGLE-EYED art lovers have a rare chance to snap up an original mini sculpture for free this Sunday (April 4) at an “eggs-traordinary” Easter hunt.

More than a dozen hand-made ceramic pebbles, created by artist Serena Hall, will be hidden on Southwold beach to help raise awareness for Cancer Research.

The 15 hand made stones, which will vary in size from 3-10in (9-25cm) will be hidden in the dunes on the beach's foreshore, as the usual Easter Sunday egg hunt takes on a new twist.

For further clues to the pebble's location, art lovers can visit the Art by the Sea exhibition, in St Edmunds Hall, celebrating a decade of the Serena Hall Gallery, which runs from 11am to 4pm on Easter Sunday.

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