Join in the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts at Trengwainton Garden
This Easter, twist and turn your way around the garden with our wriggly worm trail. Discover fun facts about these hard-working animals and earn a Cadbury chocolate prize.
Earth’s great recyclers
Charles Darwin suggested that humble earthworms are the most important creatures on earth, so we’re giving them centre stage.
They’re fantastic recyclers, breaking down organic matter like leaves and grass into things that plants can use to grow.
A worm’s eye view
As you worm your way around the garden, you’ll discover the crucial role they play as ‘soil engineers,’ what they like to eat and the dangers they face. If truth be told, we think that by the end of the trail you’ll find they’ve wormed their way into your heart.
The garden setting
Around Easter time the garden is a hive of activity as the rhododendrons and azaleas come into bloom and there may even be some early bluebells.
There are winding wooded paths and giant tree fern 'jungles,’ ponds and streams to explore and at the top of the garden there’s a wide-open terrace where younger legs can run and play, and older legs can rest and take in the sea view.
Completing the trail
After you’ve completed your trail sheet with the answers to the questions asked along the way, hand it to one of the team and you’ll receive a Cadbury chocolate treat. For those who can’t eat dairy there’ll be an alternative (non-confectionary) prize.
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts are £2.50 per person and run from 29 March to 13 April, (closed Fridays and Saturdays except Good Friday).