Eagles To Hold Easter Trail At Eat:Weston

Eagles To Hold Easter Trail At Eat:Weston

Visitors to eat:Weston on Saturday can take part in a new element that is supporting the Weston Eagles Homelessness Fund.

The team at Weston Eagles, who are ran by the Eagles Non-Profit Trust, have devised a family trail for visitors to follow around the festival, collecting clues, answers and stickers. When they have completed their card they can return to the Eagles information point and be entered into a prize draw for one of 25 Hutton Moor Leisure Centre passes.

The Big Worle Craft Club have created the Easter themed mini-models that the public need to find.

 Festival organiser Bev Milner Simonds told us:

"We really enjoy working with the Weston Eagles and we jumped at the chance to support their fundraising efforts by providing an opportunity for our family trail to be tweaked to help them out too."

Weston Eagles member Matt Hull, who helped to co-ordinated the hunt, said
"We've really enjoyed creating this trail and we thank Hutton Moor Leisure Centre, The Big Worle Craft Club, eat:Weston and the Eagles Non-Profit Trust for helping us to make it happen"

The food and drink festival has made a donation to the fund so that visitors can explore the family trail for free.

Posted on 2018-04-06 09:59:42