There’ll be Easter eggs from space on Easter Monday, at Sandsifter at Gwithian.

More than 100 Easter eggs will be hidden inside the spaceship for children to seek out and enjoy.

The UFO at Sandsifter is a month-long installation by the Aurora Project and serves as a themed-function venue for entertainments.

There are two Easter egg hunts on April 1.

The first is for children aged 7, and under and takes place at 11am. The second is for children aged eight to 12, and takes place at 11.30am.

In the evening, in the UFO, there is a children’s sci-fi film night showing the Disney classic Flight of the Navigator. The film show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £3.50 per child, £5 per adult and £15 for a family ticket (two adults and two children).

On Tuesday, April 2, there is another children’s sci-fi film night, this time screening the Steven Spielberg alien adventure ET.

Ten per cent of all ticket money on film nights will be donated to help children in Sierra Leone.

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