By Ian Dipple Friday 01 November 2013 Updated: 01/11 07:23
SOME spooky creations were being carved out in Studley to celebrate Halloween.
Members of the Mencap Pathway group took part in a pumpkin carving session at Studley Youth Club, near to the village hall, on Wednesday (October 30).
The group has been running for over 12 months and provides activities for people with learning disabilities including arts and crafts, music, cooking and computer skills. A disco is also planned at Alcester Rugby Club on December 6.
The group meets weekly on Wednesdays and Fridays and is run by Heart of England Mencap which also provides respite and short breaks and outreach projects in Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
The service replaces many of those lost as a result of the closure of day centres due to public spending cuts.
For more information call 01789 298709.
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