Fun for young Fifers: Easter bunny hunt in Glenrothes this weekend

Fife youngsters are being invited to take part in an Easter bunny hunt in Glenrothes this weekend.

Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 4:30 pm

The event, which will see 12 Easter bunnies placed in various locations in Riverside Park, has been created by children and staff at South Parks Primary, The Friends of Riverside Park and The Men’s Shed Club in Glenrothes.

The bunnies were all painted by pupils from the school.

David Cooper, chairman of The Friends of Riverside Park, said: “Younger children are encouraged to explore the park, find the bunnies and have their pics taken next to them while older children and adults are invited to try and match the quiz questions with the answers on the back of each bunny.

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Michael Mowat (Men’s Shed) teamed up with children from South Parks Primary to create the Easter bunnies.

“Due to COVID restriction this will be a self-regulated event where families can enjoy themselves while obeying the social distance and group rules.”

The bunnies will be hiding in the park from Easter Friday until Easter Monday.

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One of the bunnies which has been placed in locations around Riverside Park in Glenrothes.

Families are invited to the park and enjoy hunting for the 12 Easter Bunnies hiding in various places.