Gatton Park, Reigate, will be the venue for an Easter egg hunt on Sunday 21 and Monday 22 April, 1pm – 5pm.
The Gatton Trust says:
“Come for a springtime stroll through Gatton Park and join the hunt this Easter weekend. Explore the beautiful Edwardian gardens looking for clues to win chocolate eggs. Spot herons nesting from the bird hide on the far side of the lake.
Enjoy Easter crafts, face painting and games in Gatton Hall.
Refreshments available. Open 1-5pm. Adults £5, children £2; no booking required.”
Gatton Park’s address is Gatton Park, Rocky Lane, Reigate RH2 0TW.
Covering some 260 acres, Gatton Park lies within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its views and lake system were designed by renowned English landscape architect ‘Capability’ Brown in the 18th century.
Gatton Hall is a Palladian mansion and Grade II Listed building.
The site is run by the Gatton Trust, a charity committed to conserving the park and gardens for educational purposes and public enjoyment.
Gatton’s gardens are open on the first Sunday of each month 1pm – 5pm, February – October, but hosts many other events throughout the year. Details are on the Gatton Park website.