I am really pleased to say the Easter Egg hunt on Saturday morning was very popular with lots of families turning up to search for the hidden eggs. St Hybald's Church kindly hosted this event, most of the eggs were hidden inside the church but two clues took everyone outside looking for a pink plant and a washing line. Mums and dads and older siblings helped to solve the clues for the small children and all the eggs were found; some were eaten and some were taken home. Thank you to Rev.David Eames and the Parochial Church Council for supplying the Easter crafts which were popular with children of all ages and the teas and coffees which were popular with all the grown-ups. There are some photos here
Tickets for the children's tea party on Saturday 14th May to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday will be on sale at Scawby Post Office for £1 from 11th April until 7th May.
First come first served. Everyone is welcome at this event which is to be outside Scawby village Hall from 2pm until 4pm but the tea will be for children with tickets only. There is to be music and entertainment and a bar inside the village hall.