MORE than 100 children from around Northwich contributed to a piece of artwork that will be hung for all to see in Barons Quay.

On Wednesday, November 1, a graffiti wall workshop was held for children at Barons Quay, which brought together everyone’s creative skills.

The graffiti masterpiece will be displayed in the centre.

Macey Hughes, aged seven, was one of many who took part in the project.

Mum, Kayleigh Hughes, said: “Everyone seemed to be having fun taking part in the graffiti wall. We spent three hours there and we were the first people to start. My daughter drew and coloured pictures and wrote her initials too.

“I found it great that she was able to take part in a project, the artist spent a lot of time helping her and the others would love to see more art projects like this around Northwich.”

Millie Martin, aged five, also took part.

Her mum, Jessica Martin said: “She thoroughly enjoyed it. I think it was a fantastic idea to have the children involved in as when they are older they can tell their children/grandchildren that they took part in doing it and show them what they did.”

The project was part of a week-long programme of free half term activities. On Friday, children enjoyed bungee trampolines, giant games and free crazy golf.

The most popular attraction on the day was the meet and greet with Peppa Pig, which saw more than 200 children flock to Wildwood.

On October 30, children took part in a Halloween Trail, where they had to find 12 named pumpkins on display in shop windows around the town centre.

Lina Higuita, Barons Quay operations manager, said: ‘We were delighted with the numbers of children and parents that came out to enjoy the creative and adventurous activities in Barons Quay over the half term.

“It was great to see people of all ages having fun.”