Easter egg hunt in support of Caister lifeboat
- Credit: James Bass
Sweet treats are waiting to be found at Caister Lifeboat this weekend as the shed hosts it's Easter Egg Hunt.
Hundreds of chocolate eggs are up for grabs with a puzzle to solve on the way round the exhibits and on board a vintage lifeboat.
Hand-made decorated eggs have been put around the Caister Lifeboat Experience - all made by children at Caister Infants and Junior schools.
Event organiser Andrew Turner said they've been supported by two businesses each donating the chocolate prizes.
He said: 'The school children have done a wonderful job of making so many eggs - it's a must-see attraction this weekend.'
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He also thanked Tesco and Booker Cash and Carry for their egg donations.
The Caister Lifeboat Easter Egg Hunt opens at 10am until 3pm on Good Friday through to Easter Monday. Participation in the Easter Egg Hunt costs 50p per person.
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