Children and adults see the wild side with reptiles at Murrow Village Hall

PUBLISHED: 12:18 07 June 2018

Murrow Reptile Experience: Morgan Sutherill.

Murrow Reptile Experience: Morgan Sutherill.

AdGarry Samuels

Dozens of children and adults got hands-on with creepy crawlies and slithery snakes during a reptile experience day in Murrow.

Murrow Reptile Experience: Isabel HerringMurrow Reptile Experience: Isabel Herring

Held at and in aid of Murrow Village Hall, there was a good turnout throughout the event with around 60 to 70 people taking part on the day.

Christine Patrick, event secretary for Murrow Village Hall, said: “Everyone seemed to enjoy it and having the hands-on experience.

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“I’d like to say a huge thank-you to everyone that came to our reptile experience.

“We hope you enjoyed seeing the wild side. Thanks also go to the organisers and helpers of the event.

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“There are plans to hopefully hold one again next year, but before that we’ve got a summer barbecue party from 8pm to 1am on June 30.”

There will be a DJ, cocktails and mocktails as well as BBQ food for sale provided by Tan Rose Butchers and a bar provided by The Bell Inn.

Murrow Reptile Experience: Max Shepherd.Murrow Reptile Experience: Max Shepherd.

Tickets, £5 per person, are available from The Bell Inn and the Village Shop and by calling Alex Patrick on 07891 175649.

Murrow Reptile Experience: Jorja RichmondMurrow Reptile Experience: Jorja Richmond

Murrow Reptile Experience: Erin RichmondMurrow Reptile Experience: Erin Richmond

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