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National Trust events in Dorset - March/April 2016

PUBLISHED: 11:50 09 March 2016 | UPDATED: 11:51 09 March 2016

Join in the great Easter Egg hunts at eight National Trust venues across the county ©National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

Join in the great Easter Egg hunts at eight National Trust venues across the county ©National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

©National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

From a Big Den Build at Brownsea and Medieval Archery at Corfe Castle to a clutch of Easter Egg hunts

25 - 28 March

• Brownsea Island Easter Egg Hunt, games, arts & crafts, face painting (weekends) - 10.30am – 4pm

• Clouds Hill, Wareham - 11am-4.30pm

• Corfe Castle - 10am-4pm

• Hardy’s Cottage, Higher Bockhampton - 11am-4.30pm

• Max Gate, Dorchester - 11am-4.30pm

26 March

• Golden Cap Easter Egg Hunt - Hunt starts from Stonebarrow shop. Nearest postcode DT6 6RA. 11am-3pm

25 March – 10 April

• Kingston Lacy Easter Egg Hunt. Hunt for eggs in the gardens 10am-6pm

• Studland Easter Egg Hunt. Hunt for eggs along the beach and through the nature reserve 10.30am-3pm

2 – 10 April

• Medieval Archery at Corfe Castle - The Wolfshead Bowmen set up a medieval encampment at Corfe Castle and demonstrate hand to hand combat, archery displays and have-a-go archery sessions (£2). Runs 10am-5pm.

9 April

• The Big Den Build on Brownsea - Join the outdoor team on Brownsea Island as they help you build a shelter using nature’s materials. Booking essential 01202 707744. Runs 11am-12.30pm, 2-3.30pm. Cost £2.


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