AN EASTER egg hunt run by EATS Rosyth attracted hundreds of participants and raised over £200 for the group.

The event was held in the EATS Centenary Orchard from 12pm to 2pm and had almost 250 people taking part in the egg hunt, games, arts and crafts and planting activities.

Kids were able to get their free lunch as a part of the Cafe Inc scheme and there was also a raffle for an Easter hamper that raised £209 for EATS Rosyth.

Sharing the success of the event on their Facebook, EATS Rosyth wrote: "We hope everyone enjoyed the Easter Egg Hunt at EATS Rosyth! We had fantastic time and we were so happy to see almost 250 people participating. We hope the kids enjoyed their lunch as part of Fife Council’s Cafe Inc.

"Thank you to everyone who came and supported our project. Special thank you to all the volunteers who helped to deliver this fantastic event to our community. This wouldn’t be possible without your time and support. We are so lucky to have the best volunteers!

"Well done to Stephen who won the Easter hamper in a raffle. Thanks to everyone that's taken part – you've helped to raise £209 for EATS Rosyth!"

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