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Harrogate Easter egg hunt to raise money for Parkinson's charity

A charity Easter treasure hunt is set to be held at Almscliffe Tennis Club next month, raising money for Parkinson's UK.

Harrogate Easter egg hunt to raise money for Parkinson's A charity Easter treasure hunt is set to be held at Almscliffe Tennis Club next month. The Easter egg hunt will take place on Saturday 13th April from 10am and is open to families, both members and non-members. Money raised will be donated to Parkinson’s UK, which offers tennis for people with Parkinson's for free. There will be two routes on the day - 1.7 miles or 3.5 miles. A spokesperson said:

“This outdoor Easter Hunt walk is designed for all families both with and without children. Whether you want a beautiful scenic walk or activity for your children, this is an event for you! “Along your journey there are various questions and items to search for, to add to the stunning views you will come across. The winning team will secure themselves a special prize.”
Each child will receive an Easter egg and post-walk refreshments will be provided. The routes are mostly off-road and adult supervision is required. Tickets are charged at £10 for members and £12 for non-members. Booking is required and must be made by 6th April. Email Jamie Walters on info@kinetictennis.co.uk or call 07938850558 to find out more. Read more local stories from Your Harrogate here.

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