Easter egg hunt
Easter Sunday saw over 75 children and their parents attend the Easter egg hunt organised by Havering Atte Bower Conservation Society.
Children of all ages walked round the park looking for posters with rabbits, chicks and eggs to mark down, with marshals dressed up as foxes to guide the children and their parents on to the next clue.
Jenny Gwinn, chairperson of the conservation society told The Enquirer: “It was an absolutely lovely event for children of all ages and the most successful we have ever hosted.”
Over 150 people walked through Havering atte Bower park on the Easter egg hunt and each child received a free egg at the end.
The day also hosted an Easter Bonnet Parade with local MP Andrew Rosindell and prospective ward Councillor Christine Vickery Corbett as the judges.
Mr Rosindell told The Enquirer, “A wonderful Easter Sunday in Havering atte Bower with my local Conservative team Christine Vickery, John Crowder and Councillor Ray Best.”
Prospective Councillor Christine Vickery told The Enquirer: “Thank you to the Havering atte Bower Conservation Society for organising such a splendid Easter Sunday. It was a nice day and the rain held off it was really well supported by the local community and the children had a fantastic time. We were very pleased to be able to support the community and judge the Easter Bonnet event.”