Easter came early for a community in Faringdon with more than 20 children taking part in a treasure hunt.

Taking place at Bewley Homes’ Bellmount View development, the event gave children the chance to win Easter eggs.

Resident and organiser Shelley Breakspear said: "Our treasure hunt was very well attended and the children had a lot of fun finding the clues that revealed an Easter-related phrase.

"Thank you to Bewley for donating all the prizes for the children.

"Bellmount View is a fantastic place for children to grow up and enjoy an outdoors lifestyle.

"A big thank you to fellow residents Lynda Nuttall and Lynsey Dunsden who played a big part in organising the event."

Elaine Stratford, sales and marketing director at Bewley Homes, said: "It was heart warming to see this new community come together to organise this Easter hunt for all the children who live here.

"The Easter hunt is a small way for us to contribute to the joy and sense of community at Bellmount View.

"We look forward to seeing families come together and create lasting memories."

The initiative is part of a larger commitment to sustainability and social responsibility at Bewley Homes.

Bewley’s Garden Village Collection of homes at Bellmount View features a range of two, three, and four-bedroom homes starting at £320,000.