Over a quarter of a million Cadbury Eggheads are being delivered to National Trust properties ahead of the annual Cadbury Easter Egg Trails, which are taking place over 3rd-6th April. Weighing in at 21.5 tonnes, the eggs in their thousands prove tricky to store with properties having to get creative to perfect the art of egg hiding – with temporary locations inside grandfather clocks, pianos, vases, bookcases and even using wheelbarrows to move them around, National Trust staff are poised and ready for one of the busiest weekends in the calendar. For further information & to find a trail near you, please visit www.eastereggtrail.com
About Gretta Schifano
I'm a freelance journalist and blogger specialising in family travel with teenagers, trips when parents manage to travel without their kids, and 50+ travel. I also write about vegetarian travel, parenting teenagers, adoption, SEN, ADHD and anxiety. My work's been published by the Financial Times, Guardian, Independent, National Geographic Traveller, Lonely Planet and others. I've lived and worked in Italy and Spain and am now based in rural south-east England with my husband, adoptive and birth kids and our dog. I previously worked as a social action radio producer for the BBC.
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