Children in Angus have the opportunity to take part in Easter Egg trails, thanks to Cadbury and the National Trust for Scotland.
For the seventh year running, the chocolate giant is supporting the National Trust for Scotland to bring the 2014 Easter Egg trails to Angus.
The event, billed by National Trust for Scotland as a “great day out for all the family”, will see trails at 45 Trust places across the country.
A spokesperson for the National Trust for Scotland commented: “On the day, we will inspire your child’s inner adventurer and transform them into an Eggsplorer!
“They’ll receive a make-it-yourself pith helmet, a Trail Journal containing all the clues they need to complete the trail and an Eggsplorer Passport to be stamped along the way.
“On completing the trail they will be rewarded with a delicious Cadbury Egghead.
“There will also be some great prizes to win in competitions for the whole family.”
In Angus trails will be taking place at House of Dun near Montrose, J. M. Barrie’s Birthplace in Kirriemuir, Camera Obscura and Angus Folk Museum.
The every popular Easter Duck Race will also be taking place at Barry Mill this year.
Property Manager at House of Dun, John McKenna explained: ‘We’re delighted to be working with Cadbury again to bring Easter fun throughout Scotland!
“This year, we’ll be encouraging young people to eggsplore Scotland’s heritage and uncover all of Dun’s secrets.
“This is just the start of a packed programme of family events here and at Trust places all over, which will help turn Scotland into your playground in 2014.”
For more information on the Easter events in Angus, and across Scotland, go online to nts.org.uk/Easter. Details of times and prices are available from the website.