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The Broadwalk Centre celebrated Easter with a twist as it welcomed local families to its Eco Egg-stravaganza event.
Little shoppers were encouraged to take part in the centre's free nature trail which saw them hunt around the centre looking for hidden educational clues.
Once all eight posters had been spotted, children were able to visit The Broadwalk's promotional team and receive a free goodie.
Adding to the fun, a Build-a-Bug-House workshop took place throughout the day as part of the centre's ongoing 'Love Your World' campaign.
Youngsters were able to get creative using recycled materials and make their very own bug house, ahead of the spring season.
A free face painter was also available on the day to transform children in their favourite Easter characters including farmyard animals or spring flowers.
Angela Brooks, Centre Manager of The Broadwalk Centre, commented:
"Our Eco-Easter event aimed to provide local families with a fun day out whilst teaching children the importance of looking after the environment. I hope our shoppers had a wonderful Easter break and I look forward to welcoming them back to the centre during our next event."