Date(s) - 27/03/2014
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Organised by Susan Throssell
This is the second of four workshops that I have booked at The Higgins museum in Bedford.
They are all aimed at Key Stage 2 children, though that is taken from their website and they have said it doesn’t really matter with the ages.
This session is called Romans in Bedfordshire, this is taken from their website;
- Find out what life was like for invading Roman soldiers as we dress a pupil in full military gear and discuss the tasks of soldiers and their life in Britain. Everyone gets a chance to handle items of armour and equipment.
Life on the edge of the Empire
- Discover what real and replica artefacts can tell us about life in Roman Bedfordshire in our object-handling session. What was villa life like? What impact did the Romans have?
The sessions are 2 hours long and cost a total of £3.25 per child, (we will be charged a minimum of £65). Adults are free and can accompany children.
I need to get the money upfront, (only because of the minimum charge and I really don’t want to be chasing people for their payment), so, you can pay via bank transfer, personal paypal transfer or through this website, (but I will have to add the fees that paypal add so it will be more expensive this way).
Your booking will not be confirmed until you have paid me, (contact me for my bank or paypal details).
I will be posting up the other sessions soon, (the dates are 23rd January, 22nd May and 17th July).
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