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Body Snatchers

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The streets of Victorian Britain were crowded by poor and desperate people. Some broke the law just to survive, other became victims – even though over 200 crimes carried the death penalty. You could be hanged for anything from murder to pickpocketing and being out at night with a blackened face. Despite these harsh penalties, the criminal elements of society were still determined to make their living by ill-gotten gains.

Abinger excavation and Felday Hillfort

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Visit the interesting excavations at this Roman Villa site where evidence of settlement during the Iron Age has been found. Followed by a tour around Felday Hillfort which is not only an Iron Age enclosure but also the site of a WW1 POW camp. You will be guided by Emma Corke (SyAS) and Dr Judie English (SyAS). Contact the Events Officer at: events@cbasouth-east.org for details.

Easter Events

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Flint Knapping, making Stone Age Tools. £15 per child, pre-booking essential. An afternoon session 2pm-3.30pm is also available.

Contact Bourne Hall Museum for details.

Other Easter sessions: 6th April, An Audience with Henry VIII

                                               8th April, Titanic

                                               12th April, Gladiator School

                                               20th May, Echoes of the Past

 

Bourne Hall Home Education Group

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After talking to parents who attend our Museum Kids Club we found a demand for sessions to support children who are being educated at home.

A weekday group has now been formed for those children to learn about history.

The first session will be on Tuesday 7th February from 2pm to 3.30pm. (£5 per child, one adult per child free). It will be on the First World War. Details on the attached pdf.

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