Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt for Barnardos!
A Choc-tastic Easter at the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt for Barnardos.
Make it a choctastic Easter weekend and bring your little Eggsplorers to the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in Merrion Square on Good Friday and Easter Saturday, all in aid of Barnardos!
Cadbury has lined up another egg-stra special family event, with all participants receiving a delicious Cadbury Easter egg on completion of the hunt! As well as having a hopping good time on the Easter Egg Hunt, families can eggsplore the Easter Bunny’s Village with lots of activities, games, magic, tasty treats and much much more.
Families can choose from the morning event, from 10.00am to 12.30pm, or the afternoon event, from 2.00pm to 4.30pm. Family tickets are priced at €20 with all proceeds going to Barnardos and can be purchased on the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt website
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt Event Information 2017
Venue:- Merrion Square, Dublin
Dates:- Friday 14th April and Saturday 15th April 2017
- Morning event, from 10.30 am to 1.00 pm
- Afternoon event, from 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm.
Booking Online – Family tickets are priced at €20 with all proceeds going to Barnardos and can be purchased online Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt website
There is no booking or ticketing charge on tickets and 100% from the sale of tickets will go directly to Barnardos to help them in their important work with children throughout the country. If you can’t attend the Easter Egg Hunt event but would still like to support Barnardos please text ‘BARNARDOS’ to 50300 to donate €4* to a very worthy cause this Easter
Ruth Guy, Barnardos Director of Fundraising and Marketing spoke at the event: “Barnardos work is long term, intensive and focused on changing the lives of the children and families we work with. We could not do this without the support of events like the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt for Barnardos – a magical fun day out for the whole family which raises vital funds for our work. We are thrilled and hugely grateful to be part of this wonderful event for the second year running”.