Families enter into the spirit of Halloween at National Glass Centre

Sisters, Rosa, 3 and Maggie Napier, 5, with the pumpkins they carved at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.
Sisters, Rosa, 3 and Maggie Napier, 5, with the pumpkins they carved at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.
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Mini monsters and tiny terrors gave visitors to the National Glass Centre a fright

Families took part in a host of Halloween activities as the venue joined businesses across the city which got 
into the spirit of things for the spookiest night of the year.

Sisters, Mia, 8 and Maisie Napier, 4 with the pumpkins they carved at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.

Sisters, Mia, 8 and Maisie Napier, 4 with the pumpkins they carved at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.

The fun continues today with face painting, pumpkin carving and make a paper bag lantern sessions for trick or treating, as well as a creepy crawlies session.

It caps off a week of pumpkin-blowing demonstrations that have taken place at the centre.

Sara Jo Harrison, from the National Glass Centre, said: “October half term and Halloween is a great time for the National Glass Centre. Families can enjoy a range of spooky creative activities to get them in the mood for their Halloween party.

“We’re always really busy, especially on our Family Fun Days and this year has been no exception. We’re delighted that the National Glass Centre is fast becoming one of the ‘must go’ places for families at Halloween.”

2 year old, Betsey Blacklock-Johnson with her carved pumpkin at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.

2 year old, Betsey Blacklock-Johnson with her carved pumpkin at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.

Friends, Stephen Slater,6, Sam Nightingale, 8, Harvey Turner, 8, Adam Gordon, 8, Luc Potts, 8 and Ben Slater,9 with the pumpkins they carved at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.

Friends, Stephen Slater,6, Sam Nightingale, 8, Harvey Turner, 8, Adam Gordon, 8, Luc Potts, 8 and Ben Slater,9 with the pumpkins they carved at the Glass Centre as part of their Halloween activities.