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Messy crafts at Gloucester Museum are sign of a good time

By The Citizen  |  Posted: February 28, 2013

  • CREATIVE: 18-month-old Alisha Piperdy and mum Yasmin Piperdy.

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A MESSY craft table is a good sign that children have been getting creative.

And that's exactly what was happening at Gloucester City Museum on Wednesday.

The museum played host to a group of children under five years old.

They joined in with arts and crafts activities, sing-along songs, read books and played with toys.

Vicki Hopson, business development manager, said: "It gets rather messy at the session but they all have a fantastic time and mums and dads get a hot drink.

"There's a big craft table where the children get down to painting, sticking and creating."

The sessions run on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month and alternative between the City Museum, on Brunswick Street, and the Folk Museum, on Westgate Street.For more information call 01452 396131 or visit www.gloucester.gov.uk /citymuseum.

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