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This Easter, Foyleside Shopping Centre has something really special planned. To celebrate the return of the Easter Bunny, Foyleside is offering an exclusive chance to meet, greet and have your photo taken with the Foyleside Easter Bunny right inside his Easter Garden! There’ll also be Easter favourites with live rabbits, Easter chicks and petting farm, face painting and balloon modelling for all the family not to mention the animated rabbits in their very own Easter Garden. This eggstra special week will kicked off on Saturday last, with the Easter Bunny appearing between 10.00am and 5.00pm that day as well as at various times on Easter Thursday to Easter Saturday, and Easter Monday and Tuesday. From this Saturday, there will be daily Easter Egg hunts, face painting, egg painting and an exclusive appearance from local favourites, Friendly Faces. Fergal Rafferty, centre manager at Foyleside Shopping Centre, said of the occasion, “Outside of Christmas, Easter is the other big time of year when we get to celebrate with families. We have lots of activity and planned events at Foyleside during Easter week with fun for kids of all ages, and we’re excited to build on the huge success of last year with two weekends of action packed fun for all the family!” With over 50 big brand stores, late night shopping, convenient parking and a warm family-friendly atmosphere, Foyleside is the perfect place to spend time with your loved ones this Easter weekend. For more information, visit www.foyleside.co.uk in Derry
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