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SUMMER HOLIDAY CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY.
Available in the Museum from July 24th until September 2nd.
Join us on a Dragonfly Hunt.
A fun and FREE, self-led, activity for museum visitors during the Summer Holidays.
Will you take on the challenge?
Can you find all 15 dragonflies, complete the anagram quiz and claim a small prize?
Talk to the volunteer Steward when you come to the Museum during the school holidays.
On Thursday August 2nd from 10am until 12 noon we shall be holding our summer holiday children’s craft morning.
Join the Radstock Museum volunteers for a morning of seaside themed art and crafts, drama and singing. Lots of fun and an ice cream included!!!
Child admission is £2.50 each child: this will include the ice cream.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
One adult entry per child will be FREE and additional adults will pay £2.50.
The Museum tea room will be open for delicious cakes and hot and cold drinks and the Museum Shop will be open for mementoes and pocket money toys.
The Museum exhibitions and galleries will be closed during the Victorian Event.
We hope to be present at local Village Days throughout the summer.
Look out for the Museum banner and our gazebo.
Come and chat to our volunteers and talk about all things local heritage.
Saturday August 25th: High Littleton
Saturday August 26th: Coleford
Saturday September 1st: Wellow Village Day
Photographs and videos will be taken at some events.
These may be used to help the Museum’s aims. They will not be used for any other purpose and no one in any photo will be identified by name without their specific consent.
Should you not wish to be photographed please let the event organisers and/or the photographer know.
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