Families enjoyed hunting for chocolate treasure at 3 of the borough’s parks over the Easter holidays.
The fun-fuelled treasure hunts, which took place at Ambarrrow Court in Sandhurst and Lily Hill Park and South Hill Park in Bracknell, saw children and adults challenged to solve Easter-themed clues to win a chocolate prize.
The treasure hunts, which are organised by the borough’s parks and countryside service, have become popular annual fixtures at the heritage parks, but it was the first time it had been held at Ambarrow Court.
Cllr Iain McCracken, executive member for culture, resources & public protection, said:
"It’s fantastic to see so many people enjoying activities in our parks this Easter holidays.
These types of events are a great way to keep children and adults entertained, as well as being a good source of fresh air and exercise for all involved.”
You can browse upcoming events on our parks and countryside events page.