This weekend there will be hundreds of of egg hunts going on be it something small in your own back garden or larger organised events.
This year we decided to go along to Limpsfield Chart in Surrey to join in with a hunt that has been organised by George And The Giant Pledge, a charity set up to raise funds for The Royal Marsden Hospital in aid of a very special little boy called George who is currently fighting a primitive neuro ectodermal tumour.
The hospital has been of great support to him and his family and I know through personal experience with my own Mother and Aunt the service they offer is invaluable to so many people.
We have visited the Ridland Lane National Trust area many times to seek out all of the little houses that have been lovingly placed around the woods so I knew the children would love a visit to take part in an Easter activity.
The woods had been adorned with bunting and balloons and all the volunteers had really got into the spirit of things.
The hunt was £3 to take part in and it is being run on a first come, first served basis.
The children are given a map of the woods with a list of all the houses that they needed to find and stamp to say they had found each one.
They ran round at top speed filling in their sheets, hiding in dens, climbing trees and swinging on the huge swing.
Worn out and sheets completed we made our way back to claim our prizes and have their faces painted.
The hunt is running from 10-4 on the 16th and 17th April and as I said works on a first come first served basis.
If you are looking for a hunt this weekend I would highly recommend this fabulous hunt for a fantastic cause or if you would like to find out a little more about George And The Giant Pledge then take a look HERE.
The Pram Race in Oxted is something we were introduced to by a good friend of mine a few years ago and is now one of the highlights of our summer.
Oxted is is quaint town down the road from us that started the fabulous Pram Race back in 1977.
The aim of the race is to complete the three quarters of a mile course, pushing a decorated pram whilst wearing fancy dress and stopping at the seven licensed premises on the way to down a drink as quick as you can!
All of this is done to raise money through sponsorship for local causes.
Whist the prams are making their way round the course it was the spectators job to douse the competitors with water as they run past.
My friend is a pro at this and organised the most fantastic array of water bombs and guns that made the children’s eyes light up as soon as they saw it all!
We were set up in good time to get well positioned and there were plenty of busy fingers ready to attack!
The first pram came whizzing round the corner and the water started flying in every direction.
The children were screaming and giggling with delight – well all apart from number five who found it all to much and spent the afternoon cuddled up cluching a water bomb.
The others ran back and forth to the cart to grab water bombs and refill their water pistols.
The fun continued over in Old Oxted where people were grabbing some food and drink and catching up with friends. Unfortunately number four was soaked through so we grabbed an ice cream and made our way home.
This is a fantastic event that is fun for people of all ages and a great way to raise money for some fantastic causes.
Now to plan some more watery ammunition for next year!