CHILDREN got into the spooky spirit at Trowbridge Museum last week when they held a Halloween themed arts and crafts session during half term.

They span their webs and made nightmare catchers, a spooky twist on traditional dream catchers to catch all the nightmares this Halloween.

David Birks, learning and outreach officer at Trowbridge Museum said: "The children loved coming along and making their own Halloween spin on dream catchers, and parents and grandparents enjoyed getting involved too.

"We have held half term sessions like these for years as we think it's a great and safe way for parents to keep their children busy, and it's free."

This was one of many half term activities held in Trowbridge over the half term, including circus skills, face painting an fancy dress competitions.