The Thornbunny family from Burrowwood visited Thornbury in March and have fallen in love with the town and all it has to offer.
The Thornbunnies have visited 30 businesses and attractions within the area, and now have a real insight into why this town is so sought after.
To see the photos of their antics on tour, visit the Chamber's facebook page.
As you can see from the photo, they have been given the Freedom of the Town by the Mayor, Helen Harrison who was delighted to perform this rare ceremony.
However, a tragedy has befallen Mr and Mrs Thornbunny - 30 Thornbunnies are lost.
While the parents were enjoying tea at Thornbury Castle, the bunnies went out to play and simply vanished.
The parents have been interviewed by the local police, triggering a hunt in the locality.
Local PC Sean White is leading the investigation and has requested members of the community to help reunite the bunnies with their parents.
Mr and Mrs Thornbunny think the bunnies want to stay in Thornbury and have probably returned to the places they have visited during March.
You can then search the 30 locations to see if you can find a bunny - click here for the full list.
Each bunny has a name tag which thankfully Mr and Mrs Thornbury have placed on their offspring for just such an occasion.
You need to find the name of the bunny on the Wordsearch and when all have been found, submit the form to one of the four businesses mentioned above.
There will be a reward as all forms will be submitted into a raffle with Thornbury Gift Vouchers for the winners.
Click here to download a copy of the competition rules.
The Mayor has joined the appeal and requests members of the community to participate to ensure a happy ending.
Bryant and Co Hairdressing are running a free raffle for a large Easter egg for anyone that comes in on the bunny trail.
Heritage in Thornbury has two Bunny Cake offers in the coffee shop, both at £5.50 per person:
- A Tea or Coffee
- Piece of Carrot Cake
- A bunny magnet or keyring (your choice)
- A Kids Apple or Orange Juice
- Piece of Easter Rocky Road
- A bunny book or notebook (we have a few different ones to choose from depending on the Little Bunny's age)
Thornbury Garden Shop will do 20% off Bunny Hutches and runs - [stock items only] with also 10% off accessories bought at the same time to include water bottles, bowls, toys, brushes and treats [but excluding food].
At Ronnie's of Thornbury, tuck into an "Opera" gateau, covered with chocolate ganache, with your coffee in the lounge, or choose a chocolate delice for dessert in the restaurant: a parfait base covered in chocolate ganache, decorated with an almond tuile and chocolate syrup.
With every main meal bought Monday to Saturday at The Swan Inn, enjoy a free chocolate fudge cake. All kids who eat a meal will have a free chocolate ice cream. And you can buy one hot chocolate and get another free.
The Wool Stop will be having 10% off chocolate coloured wool, and special offers on bunny kits so you can knit/crochet your own furry friends!
Thornbunny Fortnight is a two-week bunny project being run in Thornbury over the Easter school holidays.
It has been organised by Thornbury Chamber of Commerce.
For enquiries please email .
The Thornbunnies banner has been designed by Xposure.
The Thornbunnies have been knitted by two local ladies: Rebecca Tinney and Patricia Howarth