02:55AM, Friday 15 August 2014
The creatures - including a hairy spider - emerged from the arts and crafts sessions.
But Beryl O'Riordan - one of the organisers, said: "There was woodwork, building with bricks, or cookery. We even had a climbing wall one day."
The playscheme is for four to 11-year-olds and ran between Tuesday and Thursday.
It has been part of the holiday scene in Windsor for 30 years and this was the second year it took place at Windsor Youth Centre, Alma Road.
It is run by a committee of five - all of whom have worked in education.
There are still places available for the second and last week of the playscheme Tuesday to Thursday.
Call Beryl O'Riordan on 07778 001665 or 01753 675009.
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