Rabbit Hill Country Store to mark official opening

17 March 2016

Bunny Hunt, Prize Draw, Food and Ask the Vet at new North Yorkshire rural supplies store Rabbit Hill Country Store has lined up a four-day celebration to mark its official opening this Easter.

From Good Friday to Easter Monday (25 to 28 March), customers can enjoy a mix of fun and informative activities, including a bunny hunt for children and the chance for animal owners to get expert help from a vet and industry experts.

On Friday 25 March, Becky Lees – veterinary technical manager for global brand Nettex Equine – will be on hand to answer customers’ horse and livestock questions. While, on Saturday there will be representatives from many of the popular brands available at the new store answering customer questions.

Children can take part in a bunny hunt over the weekend and can watch the amazing moment when live chicks hatch from fertilised eggs in Rabbit Hill’s incubator. Food and refreshments will also be available.

Goodie bags will be up for grabs from Natural Animal Feeds (NAF), free bunny bottles from leading pet food manufacturer Burgess and there will be the chance to be entered into a prize draw including, a Blueberry grooming box, Dickies boots, a stylish Baleno Fleece, Badminton Country Mix 20kg and much more.

Katy Bielby, store owner at Rabbit Hill Country Store, said:

We’re delighted to be officially opening the doors to our brand new Rabbit Hill Country Store and Rural Supplies and can’t wait to celebrate with our new customers this Easter Weekend.

We are very passionate about animal health and care and are excited to be teaming up with some of our brilliant suppliers to offer free expert help and advice on topics that are important to our customers.

Our child-friendly incubator will make it easy for young ones to watch the very special experience when chicks hatch and there will be lots of prizes and free gifts available over the weekend.

Rabbit Hill Country Store offers Farm, Equine, Pet and Gardening Supplies and is ideally located between Harrogate and York in a former barn on the new £3million Rabbit Hill development, on the A168 just off the A1 between junctions 47 and 48.

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