By Kevin Unitt Wednesday 24 October 2012 Updated: 24/10 08:34
A FUN-packed week of activities are being held at the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon from Saturday (October 27).
October Half Term will be marked with a host of family fun and Halloween inspired events, from model planes and creepy crafts to a 'Big Draw' art activity.
Sunday (October 28) sees the return of the Large Model Aircraft Show, displaying more than 100 large static radio controlled model aircraft built by dedicated enthusiasts, plus trade areas offering everything from miniature propellers to small jet engines and pre-assembled models.
On Tuesday (October 30) a Halloween-themed museum trail and free family craft activities to make spooky pom-pom bats and bean-bag witches.
On Thursday, Novembr 1, the family drawing event is inviting families to come and ‘doodle, draw, stick, paint and create’ as well as contribute their artistic flair to a half scale Land Rover model. Activities are free but normal museum admission applies on each day.
Visit www.heritage-motor-centre.co.uk for more information.
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