Cracking Riverside Easter Egg Hunt draws crowds

Approaching 100 make 2022 Hunt the best yet

The Woodbridge Tide Mill Easter Egg Hunt took place on Weds morning 13th April. Nearly 100 children of all ages came along in the sunshine to hunt for 12 hidden egg pictures spread around Woodbridge Riverside (the ‘Front’) in Woodbridge Tide Mill, Woodbridge Museum and The Longshed.

Visitor Tim Johnson commented “It’s great to bring the kids to a good-old fashioned Easter Egg Hunt. They have enjoyed the Hunt and, of course, the chocolate. Despite living in the area for years  we hadn’t been to the Tide Mill before and were impressed. Living in Woodbridge we are lucky to have the Mill, Museum and Longshed on the Waterfront and we enjoyed looking around”.

Woodbridge Tide Mill Charitable Trust Chairman, John Carrington added “I’m so glad that, after two years of postponements, we have been able to hold the Hunt. I’d like to thank our Education Lead, Heather Sheehan and our volunteers as well as those at Woodbridge Museum and the Longshed. It was hopefully the first of many co-operative events. Talking of co-operation reminds me to thank the East of England Co-op for sponsorship”.