Museum starts half term with halloween crafts
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery started a busy half term week with a Halloween-themed crafts day for the kids.
About 180 children, parents and grand parents tried their hand at making bat moons, hanging paper spiders, witches hats and other decorations.
One of the children taking part was Oscar Cole who was accompanied by mom, Paula Cole.
"It has been fun," Oscar said, while making very sure that thisisplymouth spelt his name correctly.
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"The kids have really enjoyed it and we are definitely thinking about coming to some of the other events during the week," Paula Cole added.
Megan Rosen-Nash had convinced her parents to bring her to the event and was busy finishing her drawing of a happy witch riding a broom.
"It has been a good experience and a nice day out," her mother, Rayanne Rosen-Nash, said.
The event was organised by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Programme Development Officer at Plymouth Museum.
"It is the third year we have held the event at it has been busy all day. The morning and noon sessions were fully booked and the afternoon session was almost completely booked too, so we are very pleased," she said.
The halloween-themed crafts day was the first in a row of events at the museum running throughout the half term week. Most of the coming event are also aimed at children and families. For more details see the museum's website.