Kids make batty Halloween books at Plymouth Museum
Children had a chance to gear up for this evening's Halloween trick or treating by making their very own batty books at
The free event, where the children taking part created bat-shaped booklets, was inspired by the museum's natural history collection and Halloween.
“We have a stuffed bat that's been keeping an eye on the event from the corner of the room. We have had between 150 and 180 people taking part today, so we are really pleased with the turnout.” education officer and event organiser Charlotte Gunn said.
One of the children taking part was Sarah Williams.
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“It has been really fun and I might take my book with me when I go trick or treating this evening,” she said.
“We found out about it on-line and the kids have had a great time,” her mother, Georgia Williams-Sims, added.
Morgan and Joey Brooks were at the event with mother, Sarah Floyd, and their grandmother.
“It is a great day for them with the weather being like it is. It is also a good event, because it is free. The city could do with more free events like this one whit the economic situation being as it is,” Sarah Floyd said.
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery are running a series of events through the half term holiday. For more information about the events, go to the museum's website.