Craft workshop for this year's spooktacular Ulverston Candlelit Walk

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The shadowscreen at last year's festival. 31/10/2016 JON GRANGER
The shadowscreen at last year's festival. 31/10/2016 JON GRANGER
12 October 2017 5:31PM

CREATIVE youngsters and adults who may still be a child at heart have been invited to come and contribute to this year's Ulverston Candlelit Walk.

The walk which takes place on Halloween is set to be a spooky affair thanks to the inclusion of an eyeball themed shadowscreen.

Armed with a pen and a pair of scissors attendees are asked to draw an eyeball which when cut out will project an eerie light on the festival's attendees.

Artist Fran Riley will also be at the session with special glass paints ready to create some eye baubles and jar lights for the trees.

The workshop will be held at the Red Rose Club in Victoria Road, Ulverston, on Sunday October 15. It will run between 2pm and 5pm.

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