Have a Hoppy Easter at the RHS Gardens

Wednesday 18 March 2015

Enjoy Easter events with us throughout the holidays, 28 March – 12 April

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has teamed up with Lindt to bring the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt to RHS Gardens this Easter holidays from 28 March – 12 April.

Throughout the Easter holidays free activities are available every day that will get the whole family out and about at the spectacular RHS Gardens in Devon, Essex, North Yorkshire and Surrey.

Families can follow the clues around the gardens to find the Lindt Easter Bunny and pick up a chocolate prize. Children up for a challenge can also take part in the Lindt Golden Carrot Competition and guess where the special Lindt Golden Carrot is hidden in the garden to win Lindt Easter treats.

There will also be many other free activities throughout the Easter Holidays including storytelling (8, 9, 15 & 16 April, RHS Gardens Harlow Carr), make your own mini willow Easter baskets (2 April, RHS Gardens Rosemoor), create your own Easter bunny bonnet (4 & 5 April, RHS Gardens Wisley) and daily sow-and-grow classes ( 28 March – 12 April, RHS Gardens Hyde Hall).

With a wide range of exciting activities running every day at all four RHS Gardens, a day out at one of our gardens is the perfect way to keep the whole family entertained this Easter.

For information on the events at the garden this Easter, please visit rhs.org.uk/gardenswhatson.


Notes to editors

For more information and images, please contact Samantha Ringer on 020 7821 3177 or samantharinger@rhs.org.uk  

Opening times and normal garden entry fee applies and a £ 2 supplement per child for certain activities. Full details can be found at www.rhs.org.uk/gardens

About RHS Gardens
The RHS has four gardens across the UK:
RHS Garden Wisley, Woking, Surrey GU23 6QB

RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Creephedge Lane, Rettendon, Chelmsford, Essex CS3 8ET

RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Crag Lane, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG3 1QB

RHS Garden Rosemoor, Great Torrington, Devon EX38 8PH

About the RHS
The Royal Horticultural Society was founded in 1804 by Sir Joseph Banks and John Wedgwood for the encouragement and improvement of the science, art and practice of horticulture. We held our first flower shows in 1820, were granted a Royal Charter in 1861 and acquired RHS Garden Wisley, the first of our gardens, in 1903. From our first meetings in a small room off London’s Piccadilly, we have grown to become the world’s largest gardening charity.

Today the RHS is committed to providing a voice for all gardeners. We are driven by a simple love of plants and a belief that gardeners make the world a better place. 211 years on we continue to safeguard and advance the science, art and practice of horticulture, creating displays that inspire people to garden. In all aspects of our work we help gardeners develop by sharing our knowledge of plants, gardens and the environment.

RHS membership is for anyone with an interest in gardening. Support the RHS and secure a healthy future for gardening. For more information call: 0845 130 4646, or visit www.rhs.org.uk/join

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The RHS believes that gardening improves the quality of life and that everyone should have access to great garden experiences. As a charity we help to bring gardening into people's lives and support gardeners of all levels and abilities; whether they are expert horticulturists or children who are planting seeds for the very first time.

RHS membership is for anyone with an interest in gardening. Support the RHS and secure a healthy future for gardening. For more information call: 0845 130 4646, or visit www.rhs.org.uk

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