Royston Easter Trail

The Easter Trail is coming!

Even in these difficult circumstances here at Royston First we are determined to run an event for the local children over the Easter holidays.

This year we are doing a “Bunny Trail” – with a bit of a difference!

We thought it would be a fun idea for the residents of Royston to craft some bunnies to use on the trail. The bunnies can be crafted in any way, from clay to crochet.

Anyone of any age can be creative and join in the fun!

Once you’ve created your bunny, send us a photo and we will pick a selection to display in the shop windows in Royton High Street for the Easter bunny trail.

All the information are in the Ts&Cs but the main requirement is for the bunnies to be no bigger than 30cm squared… other than that – craft away!

We are really looking forward to seeing lots of different creations. Please email photos with your name, contact details and your age if you are under 12 years old to

Don’t forget to shop local when you are looking for your craft supplies!

If you would like to make your very own bunny but need some inspiration here are some ideas that we’ve found.

Fabric collage

This bunny art is made from strips of material, reusing offcuts to make a beautiful bunny picture.

Easter bunny decorations

This article provides a step by step guide and a video of how to make 3d ornament bunnies, with paper and card.

Crochet bunnies

These bunnies are great for beginners, they’re not difficult to crochet and don’t take very long to make. They do include a few different techniques, so you can learn all the basics.

Knitted bunny

This fantastic knitting pattern shows you how you can make a bunny from a square. From just a knitted square, you will enjoy making a stuffed animal in the shape of a bunny.

Sock bunny

This no sew sock bunny is really easy to make and looks gorgeous with only a few simple materials and a little time. So, grab a few stray socks and spend some time bonding over this Easter sock bunny craft.

Up-cycled card bunny

These Easter bunnies are a great up-cycled craft and lots of fun to play with.

Pom pom bunnies

Super cute bunnies + perfect little pom poms = a match made in heaven! Christine Leech, a blogger and expert pom pom crafter, shows you how to make a gardenful of bouncing bunnies.

Bunny drawing

Why not try drawing a bunny? Illustrator Rob Biddulp has created a draw-along video with step-by-step guides of how to draw a rabbit.

Bunny making activity and Royston Easter Trail Competition Ts&Cs

  • The promoter of this activity and competition is Royston First, C/O Melbourn Street, Royston, SG8 7DA
  • The craft bunny making activity, to potentially use in the Easter trail, is open to all ages. Photos of the bunny craft must be emailed to before Monday 12th March.
  • The bunnies can be no bigger than 30cm squared and only one entry per person.
  • Should they be selected the craft creator must be able to bring their bunny to Royston High street before the beginning of the trail, on the week commencing 22nd March 2021.
  • The actual Easter trail is open to children aged 11 years and under, who are residents of Royston or in the surrounding villages. Parents or guardians of entrants must enter on their behalf.
  • Only one trail competition entry per child – multiple entries will not be included.
  • The trail competition is not open to any person directly involved in running the competition or any relatives of the Royston First Committee.
  • To enter the trail competition, children must complete the A4 competition entry form – available to download from the Royston First website, or collect in-person from Days Bakery, Ladds or Mica Hardware.
  • The town trail involves finding the 12 crafted bunnies hidden in shop front windows in the town centre.
  • Once completed, the entry form can be either handed in to Glazed Creations (or popped through the letterbox if closed). Alternately, the form can also be emailed to
  • Appropriate social distancing and Covid-19 regulations must be adhered to when taking part in the town trail.
  • The trail competition will run from Monday 29th March and finish at 12noon on Monday 12th April 2021. Entries after this time will not be considered.
  • A winner will be selected at random and announced on our Royston First Facebook page on Tuesday 13th April at 2pm. The winner will be contacted via phone or email.
  • There is one prize – ‘The Craft Hamper’, worth over £100
  • By entering this competition, you are giving permission for us to use your children’s name, age and place of residence in the media and online.
  • A photo must be supplied of the winner with the prize, for the local press and social media.
  • Royston First will not accept any responsibility for late or missing entries. Entrants must supply details as required, and comply with all rules to be eligible for the prize.
  • Royston First reserves the right to change or cancel this competition at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, and if circumstances arise outside of its control.
  • By entering this competition, you agree to accept and be bound by these terms and conditions.