Chance to win giant Easter egg

16:55 21 March 2012

Darts farm

Darts farm's Jo Hardy with the giant Easter egg.


Darts Farm has announced that it will once again be raffling a giant Easter egg for charity.

The egg, which has been made by Cornish confectioners Kernow Chocolate, is over half a metre high and worth around £100.

The draw takes place on April 4. Tickets cost 25p each, and are available to buy in the farm shop.

The raffle is being held to raise funds for Hospiscare, and Darts Farm is hoping to beat last years total of £350.


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