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Youngsters take part in Ilford BID Easter bunny trail

PUBLISHED: 13:48 01 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:48 01 May 2018

Youngsters from across the borough took part in the Ilford BID Easter bunny trail. Photo: Ilford BID

Youngsters from across the borough took part in the Ilford BID Easter bunny trail. Photo: Ilford BID

Ilford BID

Youngsters from across the borough took part in the Ilford BID Easter bunny trail.

Seven-year-old Ansh Thomas won the Ilford BID Easter bunny trail. Photo: Ilford BIDSeven-year-old Ansh Thomas won the Ilford BID Easter bunny trail. Photo: Ilford BID

The Business Improvement District (BID) challenged residents and visitors to find 12 Easter bunnies hidden around the town centre, located in the main shopping areas including High Road, Cranbrook Road and Clements Road.

Once entrants hopped around Ilford and found all 12 bunnies in different businesses, they were entered into a competition to win a £50 voucher to spend in the town centre along with a chocolate Easter egg.

The winning prize was given to seven-year-old Ansh Thomas who discovered he was the winner the day before his birthday.

Ansh’s Dad, JoJo Thomas said: “We were delighted to be informed that Ansh won.

“We made it a point to go inside different businesses to find out about them. It was a competition that was so much fun and had learning woven in it.”

Explore Learning manager, Amna Haque said: “Ilford BIDs Easter Trail was a fun and exciting campaign, it was great to see so many local visitors coming to Explore Learning. “We love meeting families in the community and it was great to discover that the winner of the trail has signed up for a trial at our centre.”


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