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Usborne Great Easter Egg Hunt plus Storytelling and Easter Card Making

Monday 1st April 2013 3pm - 3:45pm Royal Festival Hall Children's Event, Free Event

We have a whole heap of egg-sellent activities for kids this Easter Monday, as well as the chance to win lots of egg-citing prizes courtesy of Usborne Books! These activities are all free, but booking is essential for the storytelling and activity session. See below for more details.



- Join the Usborne Great Easter Egg Hunt to find the cheeky Crème Eggs hidden in our shop, and enter our prize draw to win a goody bag from Usborne worth £40. Free - just come along and join in!


- Kids and adults alike will all want to get their hands on the massive Easter Egg that we're giving away - for free! Just sign up to our newsletter in store for a chance to win.


- Join our egg-spert children's booksellers at 3pm for a storytelling session with a very Eastery theme, followed by activities as we help you to make your very own Easter cards to take away. This is recommended for children aged 5 - 9 years and booking is essential; please email to reserve a space.



Terms and conditions:- By entering either the Usborne Great Easter Egg Hunt or the Foyles Easter Egg prize draw, you are consenting to share your data with Usborne and/or Foyles respectively, but we won't share your details with anyone else and you can unsubscribe from mailings at any time. The Usborne Great Easter Egg Hunt will run while stocks last. No purchase is necessary for entry into either competition. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times.




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