Creative children make most of school holiday
- Credit: Archant
The school holidays got off to a creative start at Backwell Baptist Church.
Activities last week included making wooden desk tidies and masks.
About 40 children attended the sessions, including Thursdays where the youngsters enjoyed cooking, singing and making collage banners.
Games, playing with clay and drama workshops also took place.
The children were also taught some parables about Jesus too during an action-packed week.
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The church plans to run a similar scheme during the October half-term.
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