Weston Eagles to host trail around Eat: Weston

PUBLISHED: 11:00 07 April 2018

The Weston Eagles will be at Eat: Weston this weekend.

The Weston Eagles will be at Eat: Weston this weekend.

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A group of youngsters have devised a family trail for Eat: Weston visitors this weekend.

Weston Eagles is inviting families to collect clues, stickers and answers as they enjoy the food festival, which is taking place in the Italian Gardens and Sovereign Shopping Centre this Saturday.

Each group will be handed a card which, once completed, can be returned to the Eagles information point to be entered into a prize draw to win one of 25 Hutton Moor Leisure Centre passes.

The Big Worle Craft Club have created the Easter themed mini-models that the public need to find.

Hunt co-ordinator Matt 
Hull said: “We have enjoyed creating this trail and we thank Hutton Moor Leisure Centre, The Big Worle Craft Club, Eat: Weston and the Eagles Non-Profit Trust for helping us to make it happen.”

The festival has made a donation to the fund so visitors can explore the trail for free.

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