The Egg-Squisite Charity Easter At Royal William Yard
Sunday 2nd April 2017
From: 10:00 am - Til: 3:00 pm
The Easter Good Food Market is set to return to Plymouth’s Royal William Yard for the Easter Holiday’s with an exciting Egg Hunt! The Royal William Yard Good Food Market is one of our favourite events, offering a fantastic variety of local produce throughout the year. This Sunday, they have combined the Market with an Alice in Wonderland Easter Egg hunt which is sure to be egg-tremely popular with children and their parents alike!
The following event information and images were provided by the wonderful team at Royal William Yard.
Royal William Yard springs into action on Sunday 2 April for the return of the Good Food Market. Not only will the market showcase some of the best food and drink that the South West has to offer, there’s also fun for the whole family with the Horizons Charity Egg-squisite Easter egg hunt.
Over 60 regular stallholders from across Devon and Cornwall, including The Olive Branch, and award winning Riverford Organic Farmers will flock to Royal William Yard for the bustling Sunday market.
This year the Easter Hunt Eggstravaganza will take place all over Royal William Yard between 10:00 and 15:00. Accompanied by parents, children are invited to join the hunt alongside the Yard’s Alice and Wonderland characters to find Eggs-citing clues which reveal a mystery phrase. This mystery phrase when said aloud to the Horizons Charity volunteers will unlock a chocolatey festive Easter egg.
Royal William Yard have teamed up with Marvellous Event-ures to deliver an egg-squisite Easter Egg hunt with special guest appearances from the Alice in Wonderland characters.
There will also be a special prize for the best photo taken during the Charity Egg Hunt when uploaded on social media using the hashtag #RWYEaster. Each entry cost £3 and proceeds will go towards the Horizons children sailing charity. To enter the charity Easter hunt please follow the Easter egg hunt signs to the Horizons stall when you enter Royal William Yard.
To honour the return of spring amongst the stall holders and Easter egg hunt will be a Daffodil exhibition put together by a project called ‘Heralds of Spring’. The Aim of the project is to raise awareness of the history and importance of daffodil production in the Tamar Valley.
If families wish to enjoy a Sunday lunch at the Yard whilst overlooking spectacular views of the harbour, River Cottage, Prezzo, Wagamama, Wildwood, Bistrot Pierre, Las Iguanas and The Seco Lounge are a couple of steps away.
People visiting the market in the ex-Naval Victualling Yard can travel by the Royal William Yard Ferry, enjoying wonderful views of Plymouth Sound and Mount Edgcumbe, Cornwall en route. Other options, other than driving, are travel by bus, bike or Boat. Please note when you are driving to the Yard a pay and display ticket must be displayed upon arrival.
For full details, please click here to visit the Royal William Yard website.