There were lots of ‘eggciting’ activities for families to enjoy in Newquay on Easter Sunday.

Newquay Town Council and Visit Newquay staged an Easter egg hunt and trail at the Killacourt and there was a chance to see some real-life farm animals.

There was also a children’s disco by the bandstand and garden games organised.

More than 100 families took part in Newquay Lions Club’s annual Easter egg hunt on Towan Beach.

Councillor Gardner presenting the cheque ( )

Lion Andy Hannan said: “Thank you to everyone for joining us.

“It’s fair to say we had another jam-packed hunt. 

“It’s so lovely to see so many families getting stuck in and working together celebrating the Easter weekend and even the sun came out.

“Well done to everyone and a massive thank you to our Lions who volunteered their time.

“And to councillor Louis Gardner for supporting the event following a £300 donation from his Community Chest Fund, which paid for the Easter eggs.”

Councillor Gardner joins in the fun ( )
Newquay Lions Easter Egg hunt ( )

Trenance Cottages organised a fun afternoon, which included a hunt, Easter crafts, lucky dip and guess the number of eggs inside the big egg.

All proceeds raised will go toward supporting the upkeep of the cottages.