Young and old alike will take part in this year’s Big Draw.
The Big Draw is an annual Campaign For Drawing event which has one aim – to get everybody drawing.
This year the campaign has teamed up with Family Arts Festival to help families get creative throughout October.
These photos were taken at Saturday’s Scrawl On The Wall, in Tilgate Park.
The Big Draw continues on Saturday (October 26) with a Road to Crawley event to celebrate the town’s vibrant and diverse community, as part of Crawley Black History Month.
Artist Rachel Cowell will be at Head Space, on the ground floor of Crawley Library, Southgate Avenue, from noon-4pm to supervise a batch of art activities.
The third Big Draw event will unite generations as drawing tools from throughout the decades are explained, explored and enjoyed.
Artist Jo Harrison will lead play, mark making and art activities at the Royal Voluntary Service, Town Barn Road, on Tuesday October 29 from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
All ages are invited to join the fun. There will be a complementary buffet served from 12.30pm.
To book a place, call Christine Brown on 01293 432510.
At Waterlea Adventure Playground, in Furnace Green, cartoon characters and spooky spectacles will be brought to life on Wednesday October 30 from noon-4pm.
Participants will be invited to help transform one of the main walls with their favourite characters. Halloween celebrations will also take place.
Cllr Duncan Crow, Cabinet member for Leisure and Culture, said: “Big Draw events have proven popular in the past and it has been fantastic to see families and communities exploring drawing together.
“Each event venue will offer different inspirations – the cartoon themes at Waterlea Adventure Playground will reflect its fun and bright atmosphere perfectly. Come along and have a go!”
For more information about the Big Draw creative events visit www.crawley.gov.uk/bigdraw or contact Sam Murray on 01293 438788 or email@example.com