Milton Sibling Day

08 Aug 2018 10:30 - 08 Aug 2018 15:00
Address
Milton , CB24 6AB. Theme TBC.
29 Aug 2018 10:30 - 29 Aug 2018 15:00
Address
Milton , CB24 6AB. Theme TBC.
Contact

Email: eachmiltonactivities@each.org.uk

Name: Amy O’Meakin

Phone: 01223 815128

For siblings aged 5 to 18yrs.

Our next sibling days will be days out to the museums of Cambridge, with an exciting opportunity to achieve a ‘Discover Arts Award'.
 
Choose between:

Wednesday 4th April
Day out to the Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology and the Zoology Museum.
A day exploring the Pacific collection, endangered sea life and mammals, as well as craft activities including ghost nets. There will also be a sneaky peek of the newly refurbished building at the Zoology Museum.

OR

Wednesday 11th April
Day out to Fitzwilliam Museum.
A day exploring colour and the colour collection in the museum! This day will also include a digital workshop where you can bring your favourite item from the collection to life with a scribble bot, or light up card
(This day may be of particular interest to our older siblings.)

Both days will run from 10.30am - 3.00pm.

Drop off and pick up at EACH Milton Education Centre
 
Lunch will be provided!

Please wear clothes you won’t mind getting messy.

 

​If you would like to come, or would like more information, please contact Amy O’Meakin (Activities Co-ordinator) using the details above.

If you have a sibling approaching the age of 5 please let us know, and we will add you to the mailing list for future events.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 

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