CRACKING Easter celebrations take place in Keighley on Saturday.

An Easter egg hunt is being staged in Cavendish Street, from 10am to 4pm.

Families will be invited to find clues as part of the free event.

Two giant Easter eggs are on offer for the winners, and everyone who participates will receive a goody bag.

There will also be live entertainment on an Easter tea-party theme and giveaways of bunny ears, fluffy tails and bow ties.

The event is the latest in a series organised by Discover Keighley.

Meanwhile, at Cliffe Castle Museum and park, Bracewell the dragon will be inviting children to help him find ‘missing’ eggs.

Volunteers from the Cliffe Castle Support Group will hand out clues, and small prizes will be awarded.

There will also be an opportunity for visitors to handle exotic animals and reptiles in the glasshouses, courtesy of Into the Wild, and there will be dragon-themed craft activities in the conservatory.

Plus people can get up close to the park’s resident rabbits.

The free activities take place between noon and 3pm.

Maggie Pedley, Bradford Council’s libraries, museums and galleries manager, said: “Many thanks go to the Cliffe Castle Support Group and our parks team for their help with this event and to B&M Stores and the Co-Op for donating prizes.”