The hunt for the missing Midsummer Place bunnies is on
An ordinary family of bunnies visited Milton Keynes this week when all of a sudden, due to extreme fun-overload, the furry friends went missing. Can you help?
Last seen at several popular destinations across the city, Hugo, Zara, Tommy and Victoria need your help to reunite them back together in time for Easter.
The unique Easter Hunt has been created by Midsummer Place shopping centre who will be releasing a clue each day from Monday 11 to Thursday 14 April as to the whereabouts of each bunny. A bunny must be found each day.
The prize? £100 gift card per bunny to spend at any retailer in Midsummer Place, which includes the likes of Apple, Victoria’s Secret, Zara, Hugo Boss, Michael Kors, New Look, LEGO® and many more.
So, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10am, a clue will be released on Midsummer Place’s Facebook and Instagram stories. The first person to find and return the bunny will get the £100 prize.
On Friday 8 April, Midsummer Place released a breaking news video on their social media channels of the missing rabbits, all of whom are believed to be from Carrot Patch in Hopenham.
“Set your alarm clocks and get ready for this egg-citing Easter hunt,” said Marketing Manager at Midsummer Place, Kirsty McGiff. “We have put on hunts in the past but this is our biggest one yet and one that everyone can take part in. Even if you don’t find the missing bunny first, there’s lots to do with the little ones around Milton Keynes this Easter so, let’s go out.”
Each day, Midsummer Place will announce on social media when the bunny has been found. Only one person can win one bunny. Full terms and conditions can be found at www.midsummerplace.co.uk.
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