WORCESTER'S Hive library is inviting families to enjoy their Easter events this April.

From Sunday, April 14 to Sunday, April 28, The Butts-based library is holding its Easter trail.

Families can drop in anytime, and will be tasked with solving a riddle to find the pictures of famous bunnies hidden in the children's libraries.

When the trail is complete, a chocolate treat can be claimed.

The entry to the trail is 50p, payable at the pod in the Children's library.

Between April 22 and 28 there will be a free drop in activity - design a Shad fish.

Children can design, draw, colour and cut out a shad fish, then add it to a river display in the children's library.

Also for Easter, there is a family coding activity being held on Thursday, April 18, between noon and 1.30pm.

The workshop is introducing children and parents to computer coding. It is advised to bring headphones, or they can be purchased for £1.60.

It is essential to book to take part.

For more details visit thehiveworcester.org.