Date(s) - 17/07/2014
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Organised by Susan Throssell
This is the final 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 Victorians, the session will cover some of the following, taken from their website;
- Victorian Costume
Sort your stays from your stock, your crinoline from your chemise. Discover the fashions and accessories of c1860 as we dress two selected children in our replica costume.
- Victorian Bedfordians
Who were the movers and shakers of Victorian Bedford? What do objects tell us about life and work in the town? Explore the galleries and link people, place and collections.
- Dining in Style
What were the rules of Victorian dining? What dishes might you eat and how were they served? Explore the etiquette and the technology of dining in style in this hands-on session.
- Domestic Design
From the affordable to the extreme, we explore the changing fashions of the home and the aspirations of our Victorian ancestors.
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, 27th March and 22nd May).
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