Families turned out in force once again for the Good Friday Holcombe Hill walk. 

Parents, toddlers and friends were among those who trekked up to Peel Tower, which was open for people to climb to the top as well and a cafe was open for visitors.

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The traditional egg rolling at the event took place, and an ice cream van was parked at the foot of the hill as a post-hike treat.

Friends, families, and dogs all reached the top, sitting down to admire the beautiful views around them.

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Luckily the rain held off until around 3pm.

Typically, the walk up the hill symbolises Calvary, where Jesus was crucified while the egg rolling represents the stone being rolled away from his tomb.

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However, the day has taken on a new meaning of bringing people together.

For those who missed the event, Peel Tower will be opening its doors again on Easter Sunday.

Tickets will cost £2 for adults, £1 for children and £4 for families and the funds raised will go towards The Sunnywood Project’s youth provision.