Middleton Easter Eggstravaganza

Date published: 23 April 2019

Easter Saturday saw Middleton Town Centre Management (MTCM) hold its annual, free Easter Eggstravaganza in the Gardens. 

The sun was shining and over 100 children brought their parents along and took part in an Easter treasure hunt, which saw them collect stickers from the market stalls and Middleton spud van to complete their Egg-Map. 

Once completed they returned to MTCM stall and collect their prizes of a chocolate egg, certificate and colouring in pack. 

Alongside the treasure hunt there was a face painter, Punch and Judy shows and a magician to entertain the children. There was also Chadderton Brass band providing musical interludes between the shows.

Punch and Judy at Middleton Easter Eggstravaganza

Victoria Davies, Town Centre and Market Manager said: "We are really pleased and proud with how successful our Easter Eggstravaganza event was, we had beautiful weather and lots of very happy children enjoying the activities. 

“Thank you to everyone to everyone that turned up to support us and join in and also thank you to all our traders and the Middleton spud van who took part and helped to make this Easter event one of the most successful to date."

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