One of Wolverhampton’s biggest attractions has lined up a range of Easter-themed activities for young and old to help raise money for a good cause.
Admission to the city’s Monmore Green Greyhound Track will be free on Easter Monday on April 1 as the venue hosts one of its popular fun days.
As well as a dozen greyhound races, track owners have lined up a series of other events to help raise funds for the Marie Curie Cancer Care charity.
Among the activities that will be taking place to keep youngsters entertained are a pluck a duck game, tombola and face painter.
The highlight of the day will be a grand raffle for a giant chocolate Easter Egg, which has been donated by Magna Confectioners in Telford.
Visitors to the stadium in Sutherland Avenue will also get a chance to meet some of the retired greyhounds.
Monmore Green Stadium spokeswoman Jo Till said: “The activities will all help raise money for Marie Curie. So bring the family down to help support a great cause and have a great day out.”
The first race on the day is scheduled to take place at 11am, with gates to the stadium opening to members of the public from 10am.
The stadium, which has a trackside restaurant, offers free parking, and baby changing facilities are also available.
The Ladbroke-owned facility also stages greyhound dog racing on Monday and Friday afternoons with free admission.
For further information about the fun day, call 01902 452648, or visit www.monmoredogs.co.uk