AN Easter egg hunt was held at Greys Court at the weekend.
Families paid to take part in the National Trust Easter trail on Saturday and Sunday.
Children were given a map and paper hat on arrival and had to navigate their way around the grounds to uncover a series of hidden clues.
Each clue had a letter which formed an anagram of the word “butterfly” and when they had completed the word each child received a chocolate egg.
The trust said more than 5,000 people visited over the weekend and 1,000 eggs were given away. Jane Greenhaf, general manager at Greys Court, said: “This is the first time that Greys Court has been open for all four days of the Easter holiday.