Care home's Easter competition inviting people to guess the Waterlooville landmarks in a series of photographs

AN EASTER bunny has been hopping to Waterlooville’s landmarks as part of a care home’s community chocolate egg competition.

Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 12:00 am
Updated Thursday, 1st April 2021, 3:50 pm
Hop-A-Long has been visiting a number of places in Waterlooville for the competition

Hop-A-Long, Wellington Vale Care Home’s Easter bunny friend, is excited about Easter and has been stopping at different landmarks in Waterlooville

The bunny has visited a number of places in town to be photographed for a competition inviting people to guess the local landmarks.

These pictures will be posted on the care home’s Facebook page on Good Friday, and staff at Wellington Vale are inviting people to try and identify where Hop-A-Long was visiting when the pictures were taken.

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Wellington Vale’s competition is open to everyone in the community, whether they are connected to the care home or not.

Helen Dunning, home admission advisor for Wellington Vale, said: ‘We would love to see how many of our community really know their local landmarks as well as Hop-A-Long - good luck!’

Landmark suggestions should be added as a comment on the Facebook post, and anybody that guesses all the locations correctly will be put in a draw.

Chocolate Easter eggs will be given as prizes to ten winners selected at random from the draw.

The competition ends at midnight on Saturday, April 3 – just in time for Easter.

Winners will be announced on the afternoon of Easter Sunday on the care home’s Facebook page, which can be visited at www.facebook.com/WellingtonValecc.

Details of the competition will also be posted on this page.

Chocolate Easter eggs can be collected by winners from Wellington Vale on Easter Monday.

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