BOSSES at a brand-new theme park outside Whitchurch are promising plenty of Easter fun for young and old with a ticket open to all.

BeWILDerwood Cheshire, in Cholmondeley, opened in spring 2021 and will be welcoming visitors to their grounds for an Easter period for the first time this year.

Tom Blofeld, the creator of BeWILDerwood, says from Saturday, April 1, the park will be open from 10am until 5pm and for their Easter fun, everything will be included in the ticket price.

“Easter is just such a magical time in the woods," he said.

"Even if you don’t celebrate the holiday the Pesky Bunny characters and egg trail are great fun and the whole family can get involved.

"We expect grown-ups to play too and of course make their very own bunny ears.

"Everyone is a big kid at BeWILDerwood, or at least that’s how a day in the WILD woods will make you feel.”

The Pesky Bunnies 'Easter Eggs-pedition' will run from April 2-18 and as well as the Pesky Bunnies bouncing into the woods, there will also be a brand-new story, craft and Easter Egg Trail to follow.

A spokesman for BeWILDerwood set out what will be on offer for families who buy a ticket.

They said: "The Pesky Bunnies of BeWILDerwood – the brand-new Easter story is on multiple times a day at the Storytelling Stage.

"Visitors are encouraged to catch a story while in the woods as they really do bring the magic of BeWILDerwood to life.

"If you didn’t already know, BeWILDerwood is actually based on books.

"Make bunny ears – head to the Big Hat craft tent and make your very own bunny ears.

"The Big Hat is open 11am until 4pm, and the Twiggle Team recommend hopping over there at the start of your adventure.


"Also new for 2022 is face painting – visit the Face Painting Pavilion for a bunny nose and whiskers to complete your Pesky Bunny look.

"The Easter Egg Trail – pick up your Puzzling Park Easter Trail on arrival and find the six giant Easter eggs that have been hidden by the Pesky Bunnies.

"Spell out a mystery word and receive a small prize."

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