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Horsham Rotary Club Bunny Hunt returns to the town

As part of Horsham’s Easter celebrations, which include the town’s fantastic Piazza Italia Festival, on Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Monday, many of the Town Centre businesses will hold a Bunny Hunt during the school holidays and the run up to Easter.
The rabbits will be around the town at the participating businesses, all waiting to be tracked down from Saturday April 6 until Easter Monday, April 22. Accompanied pre-teenage children can visit a range of shops and draw ‘Find the Carrot’ cards to discover whether they have won a little treat and then find the name of the bunny that is hiding in that shop! The children then enter the bunny’s name onto a form to stand a chance of winning cash prizes of up to £40.
The completed forms are then returned to either Toy Barnhaus in Swan Walk or Horsham Museum in the Causeway, or can be scanned and sent as a PDF to Secretary@horshamrotary.org.uk. This activity is organised by the Rotary Club of Horsham, in partnership with Horsham District Council, and participation is free to the children.
The event is kindly sponsored by Brock Taylor, Toy Barnhaus and Impact Specialist Finance.
Entry forms will be available at the participating shops, downloadable from the Rotary Club of Horsham’s Facebook Page and it’s website at www.horshamrotary.org.uk as well as other local websites, social media forums and the local press.
Rotary’s Great Easter Bunny Hunt is a marvellous event for all the family and can be completed in one go or over a number of days, whatever suits those taking part.
So mums and dads, grandparents, older brothers and sisters, friends and neighbours bring your young family members into town and go hunt the bunnies!
To find out more about Horsham Rotary Club and the many activities it organises, please search us on Facebook, Instagram or visit: www.horshamrotary.org.uk

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