Youngsters of all ages enjoyed spending the Easter weekend finding chocolate treats at Limes Farm in Farthinghoe.
The farm regularly holds events throughout the year, and the traditional Easter egg hunt saw families navigate their way around to find prizes from Good Friday to Easter Monday.
Gemma Trower, commercial director, said: “The families absolutely loved it and it was really nice this year as the lambs had arrived just in time so people could find their Easter eggs and look at them and the pigs as well.
“It is really nice for us to see people walking around and looking at what happens on the farm. The tea room is always very busy and a hive of activity so it was great to see the farm being utilised and people enjoying being here.”
The trail led families from the tearoom towards the farm lake and orchard. They could then see the farm animals before returning to the tearoom to get a larger Easter egg prize.