TEN posh Easter bunnies will be hiding among the daffodils at Castle Hill in Filleigh this Bank Holiday - teasing young children to find them in an alphabetical rabbit quiz! Castle Hill, home to Lord and Lady Arran, has teamed up with the North Devon Gaze

TEN posh Easter bunnies will be hiding among the daffodils at Castle Hill in Filleigh this Bank Holiday - teasing young children to find them in an alphabetical rabbit quiz!Castle Hill, home to Lord and Lady Arran, has teamed up with the North Devon Gazette to give six local families the chance to win tickets to view one of England's most spectacular private gardens. The Easter Bunny Hunt is being held on Easter Sunday and Monday, when there will also be the chance to have a delicious Devon cream team in the revamped west wing of the historic house. Lady Arran said: "At this time of the year our beautiful gardens are full of spring colour, with blankets of daffodils everywhere. We are very excited about our Easter Bunny Hunt, which is a first in the long history of Castle Hill."Families will be given clue sheets to find the bunnies hidden in the garden and each one will be holding a letter. Entrants must collect and re-arrange 10 letters to make a word. Correct entries will win a chocolate bunny and be entered into a grand prize draw. "One lucky winner each day will receive a fantastic chocolate goody," said Simon Foster, marketing manager at Castle Hill. For a chance of winning one of the six family tickets to the Castle Hill Bunny Hunt and a free Devon cream tea, just answer this question:Who lives at Castle Hill?Write the answer on a postcard, with your name, address and telephone number. Take it to the ticket kiosk at Castle Hill on either Easter Sunday or Bank Holiday Monday. The first three correct entries on each day will receive free family entry to Castle Hill Gardens and Easter Bunny Hunt and a free Devon cream tea.