Children are being invited to ‘rock up’ at Skipton’s High Corn Mill this Easter – for a hunt with a difference!

Rocks painted by pupils at First Steps Nursery on Newmarket Street have been placed around the popular tourist attraction on Chapel Hill for children to find, with five Easter egg prizes up for grabs.

There will be 10 painted rocks to find and five winners will be chosen on 23 April and announced on The Home Company’s Facebook and Twitter pages and High Corn Mill’s website.

Said Andrew Mear, owner of the mill: “Following the success of our Santa Trails at Christmas, we wanted to do something fun outdoors this spring. And what child doesn’t want an extra chocolate egg at Easter? We hope lots of people joy in the egg hunt and find the lovely decorated rocks created by First Steps Nursery.”

To join in, pick up a form at The Innovation Centre downstairs in the mill and fill in where you have seen the rocks. Once you have found all 10 (or as many as you can find), post your form back at the Innovation Centre or hand it in to The Home Company.

High Corn Mill