Superheroes at King’s Centre

Some of those who took part in the superhero-themed event at The King's Centre, in Clitheroe.
Some of those who took part in the superhero-themed event at The King's Centre, in Clitheroe.

Local youngsters brightened up their half-term with two superhero-themed events at The King’s Centre in Clitheroe.

The children designed their own superhero capes and made disguise masks. There was also lots of fun including messy games, apple-bobbing and glitter tattoos.

The events were organised by volunteers from Clitheroe Community Church, led by Claire Woodward and Lucy Harris, who commented: “The superhero theme seemed to appeal to everyone, with even some of the helpers dressing up for the occasion! We wanted to provide some safe, fun activities now that it’s getting dark earlier, and as an alternative for those who don’t want to go out on Hallowe’en.”

Parents were invited along to the second evening for coffee and cake, and to watch the children perform the action-song “Jesus is my Superhero”, with music provided by members of the Community Church youth band, led by Tim Harris.

Free fun activities for sevenss to 11s are available at The King’s Centre, in Millthorne Avenue, every week during term-time on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. For more information vist: www.clitheroecommunitychurch.co.uk