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Folklore fun for all the family

Families wrapped up warm during the week to visit the Weald and Downland Museum at Singleton.


Five days of creative fun were held over the half-term week with family activities with a folklore theme.


From make and take activities to creative crafts, listening to a fireside story about historical monsters, heroes and unusual happenings, there was plenty on offer for all ages.


Two-year-old Izzy Maslin visited the museum on Monday with mum, Beccy Maslin and her nan, Rosemary Jones. All three came from Horsham.


Beccy said: “I haven’t visited here since I was at school. It’s been great fun today. We have made shadow puppets, magic tubes, fed the ducks and seen the horses. It’s a fantastic place to come with children.”


Nina Bayley came with her children, Erin, aged four, and Alexander, aged two.


She said: “A friend of mine saw the events advertised on Facebook.


“It’s great for children with all the open space and it’s a good place for them to come and learn.


“The children have made mermaid peg dolls, a tree man and some badges.”

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