Halloween event tackles scary issues in fun way
12:04pm Wednesday 30th October 2013 in News
CHILDREN and adults got the chance to go pumpkin carving as Gibbonsdown residents got a taste of community services on offer via their school.
The Communities First-organised event hosted by Oak Field primary school saw parents get the chance to seek advice from a range of organisations while youngsters indulged in apple bobbing and Halloween face painting, last Thursday, October 24.
Parents were also able to view plans of what the new Oak Field school building design will look like with the plan remaining at the school for anyone wishing to view.
Organisations attending the event included Flying Start, Cardiff & Vale Credit Union, Vale of Glamorgan Money Advice, Barry Community Garden and Allotment, Putting Families First, Family Information Service and Fact (Families Achieving Change Together).