By KLTV Newsdesk –
A new special Easter Trail will be making its way to Huddersfield next week, just in time for the holiday.
The Huddersfield Easter Egg Hunt Trail runs from March 29 – April 11, and will utilise technology to create a safe and family-friendly event for members of the public within government guidelines.
The event is being run in collaboration between the Huddersfield Business Improvement District (BID) and LoyalFree
Eggs will be hidden all over Huddersfield, and participants will be tasked with hunting as many down as possible over the coming days.
Using the LoyalFree phone app, users will also be able to scan special QR codes on egg posters dotted around the high street for a chance to win an exclusive Easter hamper.
The event is free to all and requires downloading the app in order to utilise the map and directions features to take part.
Huddersfield BID says that app users can also access lockdown trails that inform them which businesses and services are still operating during the current restrictions.
Matthew Chapman, Huddersfield BID Manager added ‘‘We wanted to ensure local residents were able to enjoy a fun half term and we think our interactive trail does just that!
“TheLoyalFree app is a great digital platform so make sure you are also checking out the offers and loyalty schemes as shops reopen.”
Sophie Hainsworth, Co-Founder of LoyalFree, said “We are delighted to be able to carry on encouraging the local community to explore and support their local Highstreet whilst adhering to the government safety guidelines.
“Digital trails are a fun and socially distanced activity for the whole family!”