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Easter fun for young detectives at Rococo Garden

Where: Painswick Rococo Garden

When: Easter trail runs from April 6-22. Gardens open daily from 10.30am-5pm

Help! A dastardly egg thief has been stealing Easter eggs from some well-loved woodland characters at Painswick Rococo Garden.

Young detectives will explore the garden to track down the clues and hopefully identify the culprit. The trail is free with admission to the garden and of course there is a chocolate prize!

This brand-new, fun trail has been created by local children's author and illustrator Hannah Shaw.

The garden provides healthy outdoor fun for all ages. Families can battle their way to the centre of the unusual maze, play hide and seek in the nooks and crannies or simply enjoy the rustic woodland play area.

With free parking, freshly-ground coffee and delicious homemade cakes in the cafe, it really is a treat for everyone. Dogs on leads are very welcome to join in the fun too!

The garden is open daily 10.30am - 5pm, with last admission at 4.30pm. For more information please visit the Rococo Garden website.

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