Skeletons undergo make-overs

MAKE-OVER: Oliver Kearns and Kaiden Godding, both 5, with their dressed up skeleton

MAKE-OVER: Oliver Kearns and Kaiden Godding, both 5, with their dressed up skeleton

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SKELETONS were the recipients of make-overs as the Best Dressed Skeleton event went ahead.

At the Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, children decorated and dressed up the pre-cut skeletons to bring them alive, before taking them home to keep.

Angie Bishop, manager of Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, said: "It went really well, and everybody had a lot of fun dressing up their skeletons with a range of materials we provided.

"The event was fully booked, and the skeletons all looked great. They've all gone to good homes after their make-overs."

For more information on the activities the art gallery and museum provides, visit whub.org.uk/cms/museums-worcestershire/city-art-gallery-and-museum.aspx, or call 01905 25371

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