Jurassic Park at donkey sanctuary

PUBLISHED: 15:43 19 February 2009 | UPDATED: 08:31 18 June 2010

DINOSAURS were some of the unlikely drawings created by youngsters which were on display at Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary this week. The sanctuary laid on some special Jurassic-themed holiday workshops for children on their half-term break from school. The ac

DINOSAURS were some of the unlikely drawings created by youngsters which were on display at Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary this week.

The sanctuary laid on some special Jurassic-themed holiday workshops for children on their half-term break from school.

The activities included making dinosaurs, face painting and story-telling.

Also, to celebrate the launch of the charity's Sanctuary from Suffering campaign at the end of the month, children could stitch a button onto a new mural- staff believe this could take up to a year to complete.

Amanda Gordon, the Donkey Sanctuary's press officer, said: "The workshops have been another great success and we've had plenty of children getting involved with the activities.


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