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Kiddies Easter Egg Hunt: Potters Fields

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Thursday 2 April 2009 1.17pm
Please see the below regarding the Riverside Parents' Easter Egg hunt on Potters Fields on Easter Sunday. Please, if you intend to come along (which we hope you do!!) do join up to Riverside if you're not already a member and receiving these emails, by sending an email with your name, address/postcode, contact details and kids' ages to, first.

Volunteers desperately needed to help set up too!!

Riverside Parents and Carers Association will be holding an Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday afternoon at 2pm on Potters Field SE1, thanks to the very generous gift of chocolate eggs from Divine Chocolate Ltd, who have offices locally in SE1.

We have a limited number of eggs so unfortunately the hunt will be on a first come first served basis but is free. Children will be asked to search for an egg token on Potters Field which they can then exchange for the egg (due to health and safety requirements we cannot plant the actual eggs on Potters Field). We ask parents to limit the eggs to one egg per child so as many children as possible can participate. Please can you let us know if your child has specific dietary requirements preventing them from eating chocolate and we will endeavour to provide an alternative.

Lastly we really need volunteers to help us organise and manage the event. Please can you let us know if you can help with preparation or supervision during the event. It would be greatly appreciated. Please send sophie a Private Message if you are able to help with preparation and/or supervision and also if your child has specific dietary requirements

Potters Field is situated off Tooley Street SE1 and borders the Queens Walk along the river Thames.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Easter Sunday!

RPCA Committee

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