After two years off, The Moor Sheffield is to play host to an Easter egg hunt from the 12th-14th April.
Children will be given a map with clues on where to find the hidden Easter stickers, which have been put up across the market.
Amanda Phillips, centre manager for The Moor, said: “ We are looking forward to seeing the local children getting involved with the Easter-themed fun.
“Our Easter events have always been a great success in the past so we are delighted to be bringing it to the people of Sheffield once more.”
Children can return a completed map for an Easter treat which will be revealed on the day.
Michelle Rawlins, a local Sheffield resident said: “ This is a lovely idea and should be a great way to celebrate the Easter Holidays.
“After two years of Covid, things like this for my kids are just perfect. My youngest daughter, who is six, should love the hunt and the moor is such a great setting for this.”
The Moor will also be holding an Easter themed social media competition to encourage children to make arts and crafts.
In order to be entered into the draw, parents and guardians can enter their children by posting on The Moor’s Facebook page. With winners being announced on the 14th of April.
Alongside this, The Moor will be collecting donations for their charity of the year, The Trussell Trust, which supports 1200 people a week from 11 sites across Sheffield.
Ms Phillips said: “We will be raising vital funds and food bank donations in support of the Trust’s fight to stop UK hunger.”
This is one of several events that the moor is planning to support the charity.
The link to their just giving is below.