CHILDREN can look for golden bunnies, decorate bird boxes and pet animals at a garden centre in Oxford this Easter.

Notcutts Garden Centre is hosting fun activities for children and families to enjoy over the Easter holidays.

The activities include finding golden bunnies in the free Lindt Golden Bunny trail where children are challenged to find four chocolate bunnies amongst the plants and can win a tasty chocolate treat at the end.

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This activity is being held throughout the holidays until April 22, excluding Easter Sunday.

There is also a chance to win a special Lindt Easter hamper worth £50 at the centre based in Nuneham Courtenay by writing down each of the bunny names on the activity sheet.

Children can get closer to nature by decorating their own bird box to encourage more birds into the garden for spring. This activity is £5.49 and runs from today until Friday, April 12 at 11am and 2pm.

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The pet centre will also be holding regular sessions where youngsters can meet the resident guinea pigs and rabbits for free.

Jonathan Tew, general manager at Notcutts Oxford, said: “We look forward to welcoming local families to Notcutts this Easter to join in with our free Lindt Bunny trail and our ‘cracking’ craft activity. If you’re stuck for ideas in the holidays, hop-along to Notcutts and join in the fun!”