Eastgate House is being transformed into a spooky mansion this half term and there are some spooky historical facts to discover. Children can explore free of charge and those in fancy dress will also receive a sweet treat from our special cauldron,
With the opening of the Eastgate House in July the Friends has an opportunity to work on the various items of costumes that had been either bought, donated or made by volunteers for the dressing-up rail.
(Photo: Sue during one of the open evenings, trying on a mop cap for size.)
Having sorted the weeding round the chalet Sue Haydock, Chariman of the Friends of Eastage House, then turned her attention to the Heritage weekend itself.
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