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Chance to win plenty of chocolate at Caister Lifeboat Experience

PUBLISHED: 11:33 30 March 2018

The former Caister lifeboat 'Shirley Jean Adye' can be seen in the lifeboat shed. Picture: Nick Butcher

The former Caister lifeboat 'Shirley Jean Adye' can be seen in the lifeboat shed. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Dozens of decorated Easter eggs will go on show at the Caister Lifeboat Experience this weekend.

The eggs were made by pupils from Caister Infants School, Caister Junior School, and Alderman Swindell Primary in Great Yarmouth.

The display is alongside the charity’s annual Easter egg hunt which will take place from today through until Easter Monday, from 10am to 3.30pm each day.

Participants are challenged to find a trail of letters to crack a code to win a chocolate treat, with a chance to upgrade the prize from a crème egg to a larger egg.

Andrew Turner, said: “As well as the children making an amazing collection of brightly painted Easter eggs, we have also been given loads of chocolate eggs.

“Tesco and the Co-op have given us dozens of large chocolate eggs as prizes, so we have decided to make a game where children can try to win a larger chocolate prize!”

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