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

Murrow Reptile Experience: Morgan Sutherill.

Murrow Reptile Experience: Morgan Sutherill. - Credit: Archant

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 Herring

Murrow Reptile Experience: Isabel Herring - Credit: Archant

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.

Murrow Reptile Experience

Murrow Reptile Experience - Credit: Archant

“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.

Murrow Reptile Experience

Murrow Reptile Experience - Credit: Archant


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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. - Credit: Archant

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

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