Easter fair held
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AN Easter fair is being held at a city museum.

Donkey rides, Easter stalls, mini funfair rides, a bouncy castle and giant games are among the attractions at Portsmouth Museum in Museum Road this weekend.

A free chocolate egg is on offer to people who take part in the Easter trail.

And visitors can either bring along an Easter bonnet or make one on site.

The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, councillor Lynne Stagg, will judge the best entry and award the winner a giant Easter egg on Monday. Entry is free but there is a small charge for activities.

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