CHILDREN from Broadway First School will be hiding 99 handmade Easter eggs at the village tower today (Thursday April 10) and hope they will be found and enjoyed by visitors to the tourist attraction.

Youngsters at the school will be carrying the eggs, which they have all decorated and made from clay, in a relay to the top of the hill and hiding them around Broadway Tower and its grounds.

Each egg will have a label attached and the school hope whoever finds the eggs will let them know so they can see how far they have travelled.

Liz Taylor, teacher at Broadway First School, said: "The message from the pupils is that they want to give something to the community, provide a fun and free activity whilst people enjoy both the fresh air and the lovely location of Broadway Tower. We wish everyone happy hunting."