A woodland Easter trail has seen families hunting for bunnies, deer, fairy doors and collect chocolate treats.

The Easter hunt at High Lodge farm in Culham opened to visitors over the weekend.

As well as exploring the woodlands on an Easter trial, children climbed on giant log furniture, played on the farm’s straw bale stack, enjoy various woodland games and had the opportunity to say hello to the field of spring lambs.

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The family run farm encourages hunters to finish their spring trail with a hot drink and cake from the ‘Toot’ refreshment trailer serving Oxfordshire-roasted coffee, tea, hot chocolate, gooey brownies, flapjacks, ice creams and drinks.

The Easter trial will open from 10am- 5pm until April 24 including Easter Sunday and Bank Holidays and no booking is required.

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