Children get into spirit of Ulverston ghost event
Last updated at 10:50, Tuesday, 03 September 2013
JUNIOR ghostbusters took on the challenge to hunt for ghouls as part of their summer reading challenge.
A group of 11 brave children, aged between five and 11, headed to Ulverston Library in Victoria Road for the session.
Library worker Jill Bolt said the event was a real success with the children hunting ghouls, listening to stories and singing along to some ghostly tunes.
She said: “We had sixteen people in total, Five adults and 11 children.
“Everyone had a really good time and the feedback was very positive.”
Mrs Bolt wants to remind all children taking part in the national Summer Reading Challenge that it finishes on September 14.
All those who complete it will receive a medal and a certificate.
On Thursday neighbourhood police will be on hand in the library between noon and 1pm to answer any questions or help with any issues. All are welcome.
First published at 10:01, Tuesday, 03 September 2013
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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