Children attend summer crafts club in Congresbury
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A village hosted a crafts club to keep the children entertained during the summer holidays.
Children who attended Congresbury Community Library, in Station Road, got the chance to create an alien during the two-hour club.
The library is hosting four-weeks' worth of children's craft classes to teach young children new skills over the school break.
On Monday, they will be given the opportunity to design a rocket ship.
The final class will take place the week after, on August 19, where they will make a rocket or wax resist picture during the free club.
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On July 29, the youngsters created their own name plates to take home.
The community library is managed by volunteers and the parish council, with the support of North Somerset Council.
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The classes run from 2.30-4.30pm.
All activities are free of charge and children attending must be accompanied.