AFC Bournemouth invited children from Dorset Children’s Foundation (DCF), one of the club’s chosen charities for the 2017/18 season, to the Vitality Stadium for an egg-citing time.
A group of giant bunnies zipped into action as the Bournemouth business community launched the Love Bournemouth Bunnies 2018 competition, with an augmented reality twist.
For the fourth year in a row, children visiting the Stewarts Garden Centres at Christchurch and Broomhill in the run up to Easter, will be challenged to find six giant Easter eggs hidden within each centre.
Across the Easter weekend, over 15,000 visitors chased a giant, hopping golden bunny around Bournemouth’s coastal districts.
The annual bun walk, an age-old tradition dating back over 40 years is about to take place in Wimborne and if you join in, you will literally find buns ‘growing’ on trees.
The winners of the mags4dorset competition for a Heston from Waitrose egg were the Large family from Colehill.
An Easter Family Fun Day is bringing a host of free activities and entertainment to the Bournemouth Triangle on 17 April.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is launching a campaign over the Easter holidays to encourage local people and visitors to enjoy crabbing, the eco-friendly way.
Members of Bournemouth’s East Cliff Rotary Club are making a first call for runners for this year’s Easter Quarter Marathon.