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Beavers from 3rd Rainham Scout Group enjoy visit to Havering Museum, Romford

PUBLISHED: 10:34 19 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:34 19 March 2013

The beavers from 3rd Rainham Scout Group learn about Havering's history at the museum

The beavers from 3rd Rainham Scout Group learn about Havering's history at the museum

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Bombs and highwaymen were in store for a group of beaver scouts during a recent trip to Havering Museum.

Youngsters from the 3rd Rainham Scout Group visited the Romford museum on Thursday, March 7, getting the chance to handle a real – but no longer live – bomb and learning about Dick Turpin.

The group leaders said they wanted to thank the museum staff for being patient and engaging.

For more information about the group, visit www.3rdrainham.com.

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