PEOPLE heading to Rhug, near Corwen, can get cracking this Easter.

Visitors can enjoy a walk around the farm while hunting out the questions on an Easter egg trail.

The visitors to Rhug can pick up an Easter egg trail question sheet and farm walk map from the farm shop.

As well as a chocolate prize for handing in a completed answer sheet at the farm shop, all sheets filled in correctly will be entered into a Rhug prize draw to win a chocolate hamper worth £50.

The Easter egg hunt is free of charge and will be available during the farm shop opening hours from the morning of Good Friday to the end of the day on Easter Monday, with the farm walk taking approximately 45 minutes to complete.

Rhug Ltd managing director Graham Webster said: “We hope visitors will enjoy this opportunity to take a walk around the farm where they should be able to see the sheep with their lambs, as well as the herd of bison.

The farm walk is predominately flat, but the terrain underfoot will depend on the weather in the lead up to Easter.

Rhug is recommending that walkers wear boots or wellies to do the Easter egg hunt.

There will be livestock on the route as Rhug is a working farm.

Dogs are welcome to walk with visitors, but they must be kept on a lead at all times.