Chester BID’s Easter Eggsplorer is back! You’re invited to take part in an Easter egg hunt with a difference for the chance to WIN a whopping £100 Chester Gift Card.
All you need to do is hunt down the coloured eggs hidden inside a range of city centre businesses. Turn detective and find 10 or more, remembering to make a note of which coloured egg was found where, and send us your answers. It’s as simple as that.
There are 50 shops and businesses that are taking part, including: Warhammer, Ristorante Sergio, Oxfam and Lush. You’ll find the full list on the entry form: Download your form here.
When you’ve found 10 or more eggs, fill in the form and drop it into the Visitor Information Centre at Chester Town Hall, or you can pop it in the post to ChesterBID, 9 Lower Bridge St, Chester, CH1 1RS.
You can also email your answers to us at email@example.com
Don’t forget to include your name, the name of one of your parents as well as phone and email contact details.
The hunt ends on 24 April and is open to children of all ages. Good luck!
Download and print your form here: Easter Egg Hunt 2022
And don’t forget, if hunting eggs isn’t for you, you can still take part in the Mini Murals Art Trail!
About Chester BID Company
A Business Improvement District (BID) is a business-led, business-funded body created to improve a defined commercial area. Chester BID is funded solely by the businesses within the city.
There are more than 460 businesses in Chester’s BID area with a rateable value of more than £18,000. Each of these contribute a levy equal to 1% of their business rates every year to fund a wide range of improvements identified by the businesses themselves. It is expected that approximately £2.5m of private sector funds will be generated over the five-year BID term and this money will be reinvested back into the city centre.
In June 2019, hundreds of businesses voted in favour of the plans to renew the BID’s term in Chester and on September 1st, 2019, Chester BID Company started a second five year-term with the intention of continuing to deliver a more vibrant and successful trading environment for Chester city centre.
For more information, visit www.ChesterBID.co.uk