Track down the Easter Bunny’s woodland co-workers – via smartphones

As high streets open again, Go Epsom are organising fun, family activities that are safe, socially distanced and contactless. They’ve teamed up with QR code trail experts High Street Safari to create a free, interactive story-trail, designed to encourage children to get outside, get engaged and most importantly, have some fun!

Mr Finniebaker’s Easter Factory Trail, around Epsom, features 10 woodland Easter factory characters. The trail takes about 45 minutes to complete and can be completed over multiple visits or on a single sunny afternoon. It’s free to take part with all participants receiving a personalised, digital ‘selfie storybook’ at the end.

To create a ‘selfie storybook’ participants take ‘scene’ selfies along the trail, with directions like ‘look amazing’ or ‘laugh’. When completed, selfies are embedded as part of the story.

The trail works by utilising QR codes, with no need for downloads or registration. With safety in mind, there is no need to go enter venues.

When each Easter character’s unique QR code is scanned, you’ll learn their name and what their job is in the factory. Younger children will enjoy spotting the colourful characters in shop windows and older kids, and grown-up ones, will engage by hearing the stories.

To find out more about the trail, visit the website:

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