Horsham was alive with games and singing as young adventurers stormed the town this morning (July 31).
Christian holiday club Lemmings Holidays returned to the Carfax for their annual fancy dress hide and seek competition with this years theme based around adventuring.
Each year the club hosts summer activities for children from across the country and pop down Sussex for a week of fun and festivities.
Last summer the group dressed up as superheroes and leaders hid around the town whilst the children were challenged to find them, earning a point for every one they spotted.
The group have completed many activities already including swimming and ice skating as well as spending a day at Chessington World of Adventures.
However, today was their final day and the group decided to finish their trip with an adventure in Horsham.
Dave Martin, head of media for the club, said: “We are a Christian charity who aim to host an amazing week with lots of fun activities.
“It is also a fun and safe place to experience and learn about the Christian Faith.
“As a kid I did this, I used to run around Horsham.
“We started doing this years and years ago and the organisation has just celebrated its 30th anniversary.”
Dave added he hoped the group would return to the town next summer.
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