THERE are plenty of fun Easter activities in West Somerset this weekend.

Watchet-based charity Elliot's Touch is organising an Easter Egg Hunt in Watchet on Easter Sunday (April 21).

The Bell Inn is the starting point for the race, which begins at 1.30pm and last entry is 3.30pm. Entry is just £2 and includes a clue sheet, map and an egg at the finish. There will also be refreshments and charity stalls.

Elliot’s Touch is a charitable fund managed by Somerset Community Foundation and was set up by Donna and Paul Stevens in memory of their young son Elliot, who tragically died of cardiomyopathy in 2015 aged just 13 months.

The fund aims to raise awareness of mitochondria disease and cardiomyopathy, and supports organisations that are working on new cures and, to date, Elliot’s Touch has raised over £100,000.

A team from Kingspan Water & Energy, based in Williton are also raising funds for Elliot’s Touch by organising The Minehead Half-Marathon and 10km Run.

The event is set to return to the town on Sunday, May 12 after an absence of more than 20 years. The reinstated race will start at 11am on Minehead esplanade and follow a looped circular route, increasing the fun for participants and spectators alike.

For more information visit and search: Kingspan.