Fun for all the family

By Laura Payne 19/04 Updated: 24/04 16:52

Buy photos » Checkmate- Beau Norman on the chess board. Picture by Jon Mullis 16.012.029.sol.jm3

FUN and games were the order of the day at an Easter event organised by Touchwood.

Children enjoying their Easter break from school gathered at Library Square to take part in a day of free activities and workshops which included giant chess and mini bowling.

And they also had the chance to get up close to a number of animals such as lambs, piglets and pygmy goats.

Lucy Burnett, marketing manager at Touchwood, said: "Our family fun day proved very popular with all of our guests, young and old.

"A great time was had by all and we look forward to hosting our next entertaining event soon, so keep your eyes peeled for more details."

Visit www.touchwoodsolihull.co.uk for information about future events.

Buy photos»Baaaaarmy- Vasili Nicolaides and handler Barry Marks with Larry the lamb. Picture by Jon Mullis 16.012.029.sol.jm6 (www.buyphotos247.com)

Buy photos»Esme Norman and Anthie Nicolaides and pot bellied pig Peter with handler Barry Marks. Picture by Jon Mullis 16.012.029.sol.jm4 (www.buyphotos247.com)

Buy photos»Plate spinning- Alex Nicolaides shows off his plate spinning skills. Picture by Jon Mullis 16.012.029.sol.jm1 (www.buyphotos247.com)

Buy photos»Scarey crows- Samuel Miles and Kaci Healing. Picture by Jon Mullis 16.012.029.sol.jm7 (www.buyphotos247.com)

Buy photos»Ellie Hudson plays the jester. Picture by Jon Mullis 16.012.029.sol.jm2 (www.buyphotos247.com)

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