Lots of Easter egg hunts are taking place all over Dorset. See what's happening in our round-up of events. 

1. An Easter egg hunt will take place at Avon Tyrrell near Bransgore. The activity will be held on Easter Sunday with archery, pedalos, climbing and problem solving also on offer to visitors. Last year, more than 100 people took part. The event starts from 10am with last entry at 3pm, and the hunt lasts around two hours. A raffle will take place to raise money for the charity UK Youth. Winners will be announced after the hunt at 3pm.

2. Search for Easter eggs in the grounds of Lulworth CastleIt's open between 10.30am and 5pm throughout the Easter weekend, plus you can also have a go at making your own Easter crafts and see the lambs. Entry £7 for adults, £5 for children and free for those under four. 

3. A four-day Easter egg trail comes to Farmer Palmers between Good Friday and bank holiday Monday. Starts at 2.30pm and there will also be baby animals plus a visit from the Easter bunny. Usual admission fees apply but there's no extra charge to take part for the Easter egg hunt. 

4. Hunt for Cadbury Easter eggs around Corfe Castle from Good Friday, March 25, to Easter Monday, March 28, from 11am to 4pm. The hunt costs £2.50.

5. A mini Easter farm and crazy golf area will be based at Upton Country Park from Saturday, March 19 to Sunday, April 10. Families will be able to see some baby animals and feed the chicks and ducklings, as well as follow an Easter trail in the hope of collecting a prize.

6. An Easter animal hunt will take place at the Red House Museum on Tuesday, March 29. The activity will take place from 10.30am until 12noon, organised by the Friends of the Red House.It is suitable for ages two to eight and children must be accompanied by an adult.

7. Hunt for Easter chicks hidden in the grounds of Highcliffe Castle between Friday, March 25 and Thursday, March 31. The trail will be on offer between 11am and 4pm each day. Each trail costs £1 and there is an Easter egg prize for each completed trail. The castle is open from 11am to 4pm. Admission to the grounds is free, usual car parking charges apply.

8. Children can enjoy an Easter egg hunt at Stewarts Garden Centre in God's Blessing Lane from Sunday, March 27 until Friday, April 1. The eggs will be hidden around the shop floor, with a reward for every completed form.

9. Margaret Green Animal Rescue is inviting families to an Easter trail from Friday, March 25, until Monday, March 28. The trail will take visitors around the site where they can meet rescue animals along the way. It costs £1 to take part. For tickets go to margaretgreenanimalrescue.org.uk

10. Follow the clues to find the Easter chicks hidden around Poole Museum on its Easter trail, from March 25 to April 10 during museum opening hours. Entry to the museum is free.

11. Children can enjoy an Easter egg hunt around the Courtyard Craft Centre on Huntick Road, Lytchett Matravers, on Saturday. The event runs from 10am to 2pm with a small egg awarded on completion of the trail.

12. There’s and Easter egg hunt at St Mark’s Church in Pennington on Sunday. The hunt starts from 3pm and there is also a chance to stroke a pet bunny, as well as cake stalls, tombola and crafts. All are welcome.

13. The Easter bunny has been busy hiding giant eggs around Kinsgston Lacy and you're needed to find them. A trail takes place between 11am and 4pm and costs £2.50. Normal admission charges apply but booking is not required.