40,000 Easter eggs to be found across National Trust for Scotland sites

Almost 40,000 chocolate eggs have been delivered across Scotland ahead of a giant Easter egg hunt this weekend.

Almost 40,000 Easter eggs will be hidden at Scotland's historic National Trust for Scotland properties this weekend. PIC: Contributed.

The treats have arrived at 44 properties owned by the National Trust for Scotland in preparation of the Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunt this long holiday weekend.

NTS said it was gearing up for one of its busiest Easter weekends ever given the fine weather forecast.

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NTS properties across the country will be taking part in the Cadbury’s Easter Egg hunts, including Culzean Castle in Ayrshire, Ineverewe in Ross-shire, Brodick Castle in Arran, Glencoe and Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire.

For your local event visit: www.nts.org.uk/easter.

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