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Easter fun for Thetford families

PUBLISHED: 16:43 18 March 2008 | UPDATED: 21:00 07 July 2010

Families have the chance to take part in Easter activities next week thanks to Thetford-based Keystone Development Trust.

Arts and crafts activities will be taking place on Tuesday from 10am - 2pm in the Small Court of the Guildhall, Thetford.

Families have the chance to take part in Easter activities next week thanks to Thetford-based Keystone Development Trust.

Arts and crafts activities will be taking place on Tuesday from 10am - 2pm in the Small Court of the Guildhall, Thetford. There will be a chance for children aged 5-16 and their families to decorate Easter eggs, make paper mache chicks and take part in other fun activities.

On the same day, a special Easter trail has been put together around the town centre. Teams need to decipher a list of clues leading to different sites around the town and visit each site making a note of the letters on display at each location.

Terry Jermy, community arts co-ordinator at Keystone said: "This is a fun and healthy way to get local people thinking about the different important sites around the town. There will be a range of activities taking place in the Guildhall for people to get involved with and the best thing is that it's all free so why not come along and take part".

A selection of Easter treats will also be on sale, provided by the new Abbey Café which is based at the Abbey Neighbourhood Centre on Monday to Saturday.

Keystone has enlisted the support of a large Easter chicken who will be walking through the High Street to encourage people to take part in the activities and to help anyone who might be stuck with their clues.

Trail application forms will be available from 10am at the Guildhall.

For more information, please contact Terry Jermy at Keystone on 01842 821643.

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