ONE of Britain's oldest family-owned stately homes is celebrating its re-opening with the return of its much-loved Easter Trail.

Stonor Park, located near Henley on Thames, will be hosting an Easter Trail on April 9.

The trail will have clues and puzzles spanning the grounds of the estate with the reward of a delicious Easter chocolate treat at the end.

Herald Series: Stonor Park Easter trail. By Suzanne Fossey

Included in the price of a ticket is admission to its adventure playground, Tumblestone Hollow, which opened a year ago .

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William Stonor, said: “It’s been a year since we opened Tumblestone Hollow and it continues to offer an experience for the whole family, particularly those who are keen explorers and adventurers.

Herald Series: Stonor Park unveils its new £250,000 adventure playground. Picture: suzanne fossey

"It seems fitting that one year on, we’ve installed several new additions, reinstated the much-loved Easter trail and opened the house, providing something for all ages to enjoy.”

The Easter trail runs from April 9- 24 and is open from 9:30am to 5pm.

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