Success has bred success for Brodie Castle as increased visitor figures have led to the popular attraction being named as one of only three ‘flagship properties’ for Easter within the National Trust for Scotland.
Visitor figures for the Easter weekend in previous years have seen steady growth at the Moray site – to the point that last year it enjoyed in excess of 4000 visitors over the holiday weekend.
Now while iconic chocolate manufacturers Cadbury’s and the National Trust for Scotland are still at the development stage for their Easter theme this year, Brodie is not letting that stop them getting organised.
A spokesman said: “For our charity supporters we are offering a 3m square pitch for the price of £5 per day + vat. It is merely the pitch that you hire – gazebos, tents, tables etc are not provided.
“All that we ask is for you to have an Easter-themed fundraising activity such as egg painting, bonnet-making, pin-the-tail on the Easter bunny, making bunny ears.
“You are free to take your car onto the site for set-up but all vehicles but be removed to the designated car parks by 10.30am. Access for set-up is from 9am each day.”
Charities wishing to take part are being asked to book places by midday on Friday, March 20 along with providing the appropriate remuneration and a copy of their public liability insurance.
Contact for reservations is Shona Vincent on 01309 641371 who will supply further information and booking forms.