Children embraced the arrival of Autumn during a special workshop in the heart of King’s Lynn on Saturday.
They created Autumn-themed mobiles in the Vancouver Quarter during the shopping centre’s latest Saturday Club.
The Fall into Autumn workshop ran from 10am to 3pm in the vacant unit next to Blue Inc in Broad Street.
Marketing and events assistant David Blackmore said this Saturday club, like the others that came before, was very well received.
“It was great to see so many parents and children embrace the arrival of Autumn and attend our latest Saturday Club.
He added: “We’ve put on more free workshops for families this year than ever before and one of our huge highlights of the year so far has been the popularity of our Saturday clubs.
“But we’re not finished just yet and we’re looking forward to hosting more family-friendly workshops to see out 2017.”
Coming up next in the Vancouver Quarter Natural History and Mask-Making workshops during the October half term.
The popular town-wide Halloween spooktacular and trail, organised by the Vancouver Quarter and supported by the borough council , will take place on October 31 with bookings for their popular Christmas Grotto going live on November 1.