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Annual Easter Egg Hunt Cults Aberdeen 2019
Aberdeen Easter Egg Hunt 2019
Families across Aberdeen will be hunting for Easter egg prizes with help from Cults businesses this spring â€“ all in support of a local primary school.
The annual Easter Egg Hunt organised by CALA Homes kicks off on Saturday 30 March 2019 and will run until Sunday 14 April.
The housebuilder has teamed up with ten local businesses on North Deeside Road to hide numbered eggs in store windows for young egg-hunters to spot.
To get involved, youngsters should collect an Easter Egg Hunt form from CALAâ€™s Cults Park sales suite, located off Kirk Brae, and correctly spot all 10 of the hidden eggs in the store windows located on North Deeside Road.
Every youngster who returns a correctly completed form to the sales suite by 14 April will win a chocolate egg*.
For every correctly completed form, CALA will make a Â£5 donation to Cults Primary School**. Over the past four years, the school has used the donation to purchase new books for its library, new outdoor learning equipment and an audio system. This year, the school plans to use the money to buy a metal outdoor container for early years resources.
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Fraser Carr, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (North), said:
â€œOur Easter Egg Hunt is always a very popular school holiday activity for families in the area. It encourages residents to get out and about and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Cults â€“ and helps raise funds for the local school in the process.
Weâ€™re delighted to once again partner with ten local businesses and support Cults Primary School. We look forward to celebrating the spring holiday with families across Aberdeen.â€
Local businesses including Scott Gilmour Optometrists, Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland, Rowlands Pharmacy, CKD Galbraith, Dolls House Hair & Beauty, Sainsburyâ€™s, The Cults Hotel, Mackinnons Solicitors, Tesco Express and Dental Inspirations have agreed to take part in the egg-stra special Easter event.
*Subject to availability.
**The total amount donated will be capped at Â£1000.
For further information visit www.cala.co.uk
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