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Frighteningly good half-term fun for your little monsters!

Where: Taurus Crafts, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15 6BU

When: Saturday, October 26, until Sunday, November 3

Visit Taurus Crafts this October half-term and get spooky with a range of activities that will be running every day from Saturday, October 26, until Sunday, November 3.

The programme offers a great selection of activities which will be frighteningly fun for your little monsters.

You'll be able to get set for Halloween with real pumpkin decorating and create an original costume with Cooper Art in her spooky costume activity where you can make either a witch or wizard hat, mask and broomstick or make your own Halloween cupcakes with Isabel's Bakehouse.

There are also some new additions to the programme - skeleton puppet and monster sculpture making.

Not to be missed are the centre's original activities - Arnie Kazzam the wizard man, puppet show, fairy & dragon houses, rock painting, slime making, a free trail, stone carving, pottery painting, chocolate making, jewellery making and candle making.

Taurus Crafts is part of the Camphill Village Trust, a charity supporting adults with learning disabilities. Taurus Crafts provides work and training opportunities, so people can interact with the public and gain confidence from their achievements.

The centre is open daily 10am until 5.00pm and is free to get in with a large free car park. Located just outside Lydney town on the A48.

For more information, call 01594 844841 or visit Taurus Crafts' website at www.tauruscrafts.co.uk  or Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TaurusCrafts/ 

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