AN EASTER ‘egg-stravaganza’ is taking place at Arundel Museum over the holidays.
Youngsters can decorate eggs for the Easter tree, and make fluffy sheep pompoms, Easter bonnets and Easter cards for friends and families.
As part of the commemoration of the First World War, families can also use their green fingers to plant poppy seeds, which hopefully will grow into beautiful flowers later in the year.
Manager Carolyn Gray said: “Over the Easter weekend visitors can follow the special Easter trail around the museum and a special prize awaits everyone who takes part.”
Arundel’s past comes to life in the gallery through the unique collection of artefacts. For details, call 01903 885866.