Easter days in and around the South Downs

There are Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts throughout the school holidays at Petworth and Birling Gap. Plus more places over the Easter weekend.

Test your powers of observation and find intriguing discoveries about nature, wildlife and the places you visit. When you follow an Easter trail, you help us look after these places for generations to come.

Join a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

Cadbury Easter egg hunt

Come along and hunt for the hidden Easter bunnies around the cottage garden at Alfriston Clergy House and win a Cadbury chocolate prize.

A girl explores rockpools on the beach at Birling Gap

Birling Gap 

Birling Gap is a great spot for coastal walks, rock pooling and fossil hunting. Every day of the Easter holidays you can follow the clues on our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt and win a chocolate prize.

View along the glorious rolling downland of Devil's Dyke

Devil's Dyke 

From walking to cycling, kite flying to taking in the views, there's lots to see and do in this mile-long valley. Find the clues on our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt to receive a Cadbury chocolate prize. Plus on Easter Monday there's our popular egg rolling competition.

Daffodils in the Pleasure Grounds


Join in our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, every day of the school holidays. Bunny’s friends have gone missing. Find them with map and compass to earn your chocolate reward.

Join in the hunt this Easter

Hinton Ampner 

Hinton's two week Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt introduces kids to the secret world of hedgehogs. Explore the gardens and parkland on this spring trail, with easy challenges to find out where our prickly pals like to live, and what they eat. 6-22 April, 10am-4pm, trail £2, including delicious chocolate prize.