Fabergé Egg-Hunting for Charity Takes Over London’s Streets

We’re having an egg-stravaganza here in London with the launch of the Faberge  Charity egg hunt in the run up to Easter. There are 200 fibre glass eggs dotted around Central London, with the aim of the game being to spot the secret code on each egg and text the code which donates money to the chairty for vulnerable young people across the country. The giant eggs are hidden in nooks and crannies – suspended from buildings and positioned on the street, they are designed by artists and well known fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg to actress Dame Maggie Smith.

The winning egg hunter – will win an amazing grand prize of  a golden egg – which will be encrusted with 60 diamonds, rubies and sapphires, designed to celebrate the Queen’s Jubliee and 60 year reign. Happy egg hunting people!

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