Lumley Invites Children On An Easter Hunt For A Golden Egg

CHILDREN can celebrate Easter with a search for treasure, hidden in one of the North East's most famous venues.

600-year-old Lumley Castle, at Chester-le-Street, is inviting children who dine at the Black Knight restaurant with their families, on Sunday 20 April, the chance to join in the hunt for a special golden egg.

After their three course lunch, each child will be given a treasure map with clues leading them to the sweet Easter treat.

Easter Day lunch, which is followed by coffee and confectionery, costs £28 per person or £15 for those aged 12 and under.

To make a reservation call 0191 389 1111 or email


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