Busy Beans launches Boro Bunny Easter hunt for adults

Date published: 26 March 2024

The award-winning Busy Beans coffee house in Littleborough is running an Easter hunt for adults between 27 and 30 March. 

Becky and Danny O’Neill, who run the independent business, have teamed up with the ‘Boro Bunny’ to stage “an epic hunt across the boro” with a variety of prizes up for grabs.

“We’ll be giving away free drinks, boxes of bakes and even money, with £100 in cash to be won as well,” Becky explained.

The first day of the hunt will be Wednesday 27 March, with a clue being posted on the Busy Beans Facebook Story (link) at 8am every day of the hunt. www.facebook.com/busybeanscoffeeuk

The clue will lead participants to a secret location in Littleborough, where an undisclosed person will be waiting with either a giant inflatable or Easter object.


Busy Beans Easter hunt


The first person to say the words “Boro Bunny” at the secret location wins, and can claim their prize by returning the object to the Victoria Street venue.

The first 20 runners-up will also be given a special Busy Beans scratch card to be in with a chance of winning.

In addition to the adult Easter hunt, children are also encouraged to create their own colourings of eggs to win an Easter egg, courtesy of the Boro Bunny who has left a stash behind the Busy Beans counter.

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