YOUNGSTERS took part in fun and games with a religious theme when they went along to St Saviour’s Church in Branston for the annual summer holiday club.
Activities had been planned around a space theme, and kids took part in a space race over Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
The church building was transformed into the space academy, and a marquee was set up outside, which transported youngsters to outer space.
Around 30 children went along to the church each day to take part in games which were intended to help children learn about trusting in each other and trusting in God.
They had to work together as a team to get things done.
One of the activities involved making lion masks.
It is the fourth year the club has been running, and it has grown in size each year.