FOUR-year-old Leo Barker used his “spidey sense” along with dozens of other young superheroes at the MAD Academy superheroes party.
Youngsters dressed up as their favourite characters, played superhero-themed games and sang superhero songs as they helped to save the world at Bicester Methodist Church on Monday.
Leo, from Langford Village, Bicester, said: “I love superheroes and Spiderman is my favourite because he shoots out web from his wrists and he can climb walls. I really enjoyed my day and I had a great time with all my friends who were there as well.”
Leo’s mum Claire said: “He loves dressing up and pretending to be Spiderman, I thought it was a really fun day for the kids with all the activities which were organised.”
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