KIDS ARE SET to have a great deal of Easter fun at Brodie Castle as somewhere in the famous grounds clues are being laid ending in chocolate-covered rewards for those who solve them.
The annual holiday fun is once again taking place at the National Trust for Scotland property near Forres.
Marketing manager Carly Lamberty explained: “We’re getting cracking on our visitor season extra early this year, with lots of Easter fun thanks to our partnership with Cadbury. And every egg hunt helps us to look after the special places in our care.”
The Easter Hunt at Brodie is one of 50 taking place at NTS sites around the country, as for the ninth consecutive year, the conservation charity has teamed up with Cadbury to host dozens of Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts from Friday, March 25 to Monday, March 28.
While the kids are searching out the eggs, adults can take in the 71-hectare estates landscaped gardens, pond, woodland walks, walled garden, nature trail and an adventure playground.
Hopefully Brodie’s famous daffodils will be at their best for the Easter weekend too.