Worcestershire Archives & Archaeology Service will host a fun Halloween craft session during half term.
Masks and pots decorated with human faces have been discovered across the world by archaeologists, using these as inspiration children can make their own Halloween pot and mini mask.
Will yours be ghoulishly scary or friendly?
Community Archaeologist, Nina O'Hare, explained "Whilst pumpkin carving is a relatively recent tradition, belief in ghosts and evil spirits is ancient. Join us over half-term for our Halloween pottery workshop, drawing inspiration from real archaeological finds."
The sessions will take place in The Hive during half term on Thursday 1 November and will last 30 minutes (sessions start at 1, 1.30, 2 and 2.30pm)
Tickets are £3 per child and the session is suitable for ages 7+
Tickets available online via The Hive website 'What's On' section: www.thehiveworcester.org/family-events
For more information email email@example.com or ring 01905 766352