Club Wilber – Easter Egg Hunt 2022
A Fantastic Club Wilber Easter Egg Hunt
Our Club Wilber Easter Egg hunt returned this year after the hiatus imposed by COVID19 restrictions.
The field was decorated with numerous egg hunting inspired decorations including hampers, baskets, signs, wind spinners, flowers, chicks, even a tipi and lots and lots of hay.
We hid the beeping eggs amongst the decorations, along with lots of chocolate treats and sweets ready for the children to find using their hearing.
The sun was shining, the decorations were in position, the eggs were hidden and then the Club Wilber families arrived, excited, happy and ready for a wonderful activity.
Each child put on some bunny ears and set off with basket in hand listening out for the beep of the eggs. As always siblings could take part by wearing blindfolds. Families were able to lay out their picnic blankets and join together for some Easter themed refreshments and enjoy time chatting and supporting one another.
After filling their baskets the children returned to exchange beeping eggs for chocolate Easter eggs to take home along with the treats they had found along the way.
We had some fabulous feedback from the families:
“It was definitely engaging. My child quickly got to grips with everything and it kept his interest for a good amount of time. He loved the buzzing eggs”
“The atmosphere was great and you’ve managed to get such a lovely weather! My child liked that there were eggs of different sizes – made it more interesting”
“Brought all the families together, lots of choc, you ordered the weather”
“Thank you for a fabulous egg hunt today, we loved it!! And thank you for being thoughtful as always …”
“Thank you for today, kids loved it”
“Thank you for the lovely time today! It was really eggciting!”
We couldn’t have run this event without the support of our volunteers who kindly donated their time on the day to setting up and running the event with us and for that we would like to say a HUGE thank you.
We also want to say a HUGE thank you to the following companies that donated to help us run this amazing event:
- Our Club Wilber sponsor Assetiam
- Our Club Wilber Sponsor Vangarde Shopping Park York
- Morrisons at Foss Island
We will be back again next year with the Easter Egg hunt and look forward to seeing this event grow.
We also have a whole programme of different activities for Club Wilber so if you have, or know of a child 0-25 who has a visual impairment please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Similarly if you would like to help us run more activities by joining as a volunteer, then please do get in touch at email@example.com as we would love to welcome you to our work family.
The Wilberforce Trust is dedicated to helping those with visual impairment, sight loss, hearing loss and other disabilities across York, North Yorkshire and the surrounding areas.