Bunnies About Town returned to Whitehill & Bordon at Easter, with children having ten days to collect stamps from places displaying a decorated Easter Bunny to claim an Easter egg from the Whitehill & Bordon Town Partnership at the Forest Community Centre. 

The Deadwater Valley Trust, Café 1759 and Café Hogmoor ran hunts for ten Easter chicks in the Deadwater Valley Local Nature Reserve, ten golden eggs in the Bordon Inclosure, and ten Easter Bunny eggs in the Hogmoor Inclosure, respectively. Each held a prize draw form, and each site drew three names to win an Easter egg. There were Easter trails to decorate Easter shapes and wooden eggs, and toast hot cross buns, at each venue.