Easter Bunny takes a trip to Felsted Primary School

15:26 14 April 2014

Pupils from Felsted with the Easter Bunny

Pupils from Felsted with the Easter Bunny

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The Easter Bunny took time out from his busy schedule to make appearance at Felsted Primary School to be the guest of honour at the annual Easter hunt.

More than 150 children took part in a search for chocolate bunnies while their parents enjoyed tea and home-made cake in the sunshine.

Debbie Mitchell, of the school’s PTFA, who arranged the activity for last Thursday, said: “It was a lovely afternoon, the children enjoyed themselves and they all went home with an Easter treat.

“We also had some generous ­donations which helped us to make a brilliant £600 profit for the school.”

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