Party time for superheroes at Seaton
Batman and Ben Ten were amongst the guests at Seaton Primary School
A caped-crusader, Ben 10 and several Spidermen were amongst the guests when Seaton Primary School hosted a party for superheroes.
This year’s alternative Halloween event was again organised by the leaders of the ‘King’s Club’ - an after school group that meets there every Friday.
There were messy games, party food, and music and Baptist Pastor Rev Simon d’Albertanson carved a lantern from a huge home-grown pumpkin to illustrate how Jesus wants to shine his light into everyone’s lives.
“It was brilliant fun and offered children a safe and exciting alternative activity on October 31,” he said later
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‘We’re hugely grateful to the churches of Seaton for the volunteer helpers and donations of party food and to the primary school, where Seaton Baptist Church meets each Sunday morning.
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