DINOSAURS were brought back from extinction by artistic youngsters at a summer holiday club.
The dinosaurs were made from chicken wire and papier mache by children at the Alverstoke Community Holiday Club.
They then painted their creations to look like ferocious creatures and put them on display at the St Mary’s Parish Centre in Green Road, Alverstoke.
Holiday club manager Lin Hooper said: ‘The children and staff had worked so hard and have had so much fun creating this fantastic display. What we would like to do now is find somewhere for the display.
‘It would be such a shame to destroy it.’
The holiday club is open during every school holiday at the church centre from 8am to 5.30pm.