Children are on the ball in Hunstanton as Easter activities get started
Children were kept busy in Hunstanton earlier this week thanks to a community project fund.
The Green was a hive of activity on Tuesday as a multi-sport session was organised for those aged between eight and 12-years-old.
Football and rugby were among the sports played as Lynn Community Football coach Nathan Hudson was on hand to run the session.
The event, which was split into two sessions on the day, formed part of a series of Easter activities taking place in the town.
It is being funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, which is aiming to restore and enhance Hunstanton’s Heritage Gardens through a £1.3 million project.
Roger Partridge, the activities co-ordinator, said: “I’m excited that once again we have some great Easter holiday activities planned in Hunstanton.
“As ever, we appreciate the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.
“We are also grateful for the help being given by RSPB and King’s Lynn Community Football”.
The next event lined up is a Wild Norfolk session, taking place on Tuesday for those between eight and 12.
Wild Norfolk is split into three sessions on the day.
From 10.30am to noon, there will shelter building, followed by Sea Shore Safari from 12.30pm to 2pm.
Finally, there will be a Photo Challenge from 2.15pm to 3.30pm.
Each session is separate on a first-come-first-served basis.
Organisers advise suitable clothing and footwear for outdoor weather, and have said parental consent is required on arrival.
Later on in the holidays, an art workshop will take place on Thursday, April 18 from 10.30am to 4pm at the Gazebo near the play area/crazy golf.
And finally an Easter Dog Walk will take place on Easter Sunday at 2pm, meeting at St Edmond’s Chapel ruins. Full details are online.