BRADING Residents’ Association brought family adventure to the town earlier this month with a fun-filled educational Easter hunt.

‘Seek and Find’ gave residents of Brading and surrounding areas an opportunity to learn about the town and its community.

Using clues and pictures, a trail was followed recognising and recording architectural items, street furniture and other information en route.

Stuart and Dayna of The Hungry Bear restaurant on Brading High Street donated a prize of a family roast dinner platter which was won by Michele and Mark Pearce of Station Road.

Isle of Wight County Press: Designs and artistic contributions from around Brading during Easter.Designs and artistic contributions from around Brading during Easter.

A second Covid safe event organised in Brading was an Easter themed colouring activity, with templates designed by Lucy Bell.

These works of art were displayed around the town, to be found by those taking their daily exercise.

The association hopes to run similar events during Easter next year.

Membership and details of future events of Brading Residents’ Association can be found online.