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Discover hidden Cheltenham this Easter

Where: Cheltenham

When: Monday, April 8, to Monday, April 22, 9am to 5pm

Discover little-known facts about some of Cheltenham's best-known buildings and locations whilst solving riddles to get a special Easter treat.

Cheltenham Business Improvement District (BID) has worked with The Cheltenham Trust on the Hidden Cheltenham trail, which gives new insights for locals and visitors alike and there have been a few egg-citing additions to the trail just for Easter.

The Easter Hidden Trail will start on Monday, April 8, and will run every day from 9am-5pm until Easter Monday, April 22.

Pick up a free map and instructions from The Wilson Art Gallery, solve the 12 riddles and collect the secret letters to reveal a hidden Easter word to claim your prize.

The event is supported by the Hidden Cheltenham website which is packed with information on the background to the places on the trail. As well as modern and historic images, local experts give the lowdown on everything you could possibly want to know.

There are 22 venues involved in the Easter Hidden Trail, including The Mayflower and Wagamama in Clarence Street; St Mary's Minster, just off High Street; and F Hinds, Marks & Spencer and Regent Arcade, all on High Street; The Brewery Quarter; the former Gaumont Cinema in Winchcombe Street; Pizza Express on Imperial Square; The Bandstand in Montpellier Gardens; Spa Pharmacy on Montpellier Street and Cheltenham Ladies College.

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