The Green Man in Grimsby is hosting an Easter Craft Fayre and Farm to raise money for the local Stally Youth Club. The festivities will run from 12pm until 5pm on Saturday 20th April.

The pub garden will be transformed into an Easter ‘egg-stravaganza’ just in time for spring. A petting zoo, run by Nunny’s Farm, will be set up with 17 different species, giving kids the chance to ask questions and learn about the farm. Everyone is welcome to pet and groom the animals, including a miniature donkey, sheep, pigs, goats, chickens, and rabbits.

Starting at 1:30pm, a Disney rock band will be performing classic favourites for kids to get their boogie on. Craft stalls will be set up around the garden, selling various handmade gifts, toys, candles, and more. Customers are welcome to try their luck with the tombola, take part in the raffle, or pop into the tuck shop for a tasty treat. Prizes will include a meal for two, bottles of wine, chocolate and more. Food and drink will be available inside the pub from 12pm onwards.

The pub is hoping to raise £250 and welcome any donations to help support the Stally Youth Club.

Claire Hidle, General Manager said: “We hope to make the day ‘eggstra-special’ for everyone, it’s the time of year we’re all itching to be outside again and what a better way to celebrate than to create a full afternoon of joyful fun, all in support of the local youth centre.”

This fundraiser is one of many as the Green Man works to support the local youth, keep an eye out for their upcoming music festival on July 20th.