Mask magic

PUBLISHED: 11:58 06 September 2007 | UPDATED: 12:46 04 May 2010

Ben, from Waterbeach, gets to know his fibreglass friend.

Ben, from Waterbeach, gets to know his fibreglass friend.

Painted pigs and cows grazed on the Denny Abbey lawn last week after the final instalment of the Abbey and Farmland Museum s summer activity programme for children. Each child was given a section of cow and pig to decorate on the drop-in day as well as m

Tallula, from Peterborough, makes a mask in the art and crafts room

Painted pigs and cows grazed on the Denny Abbey lawn last week after the final instalment of the Abbey and Farmland Museum's summer activity programme for children.

Each child was given a section of cow and pig to decorate on the drop-in day as well as materials to create cow masks.

The fibreglass cows and pigs were made by the Abbey and Farmland Museum's resident artist and were designed to be miniature so that children of all ages could get involved.

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