Half term spooky fun at Havering Museum next week
There are plenty of spooky happenings at Havering Museum this half-term.
Learn about the witch who kept falling off her broomstick and the mysteries about the stars and historic villains in time for Hallowe’en.
The fun activities include indoor stargazing on Wednesday, when youngsters can learn about the stars and the galaxy, make a sundial and look at telescopes.
On Thursday, join a workshop with Nellie Asbo, Havering’s funniest witch.
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You can come dressed as a witch or a wizard to win a prize. On Friday (November 2) discover the borough’s history of highwaymen and smugglers through folklore tales.
All sessions are from 1pm-2pm, and suitable for children aged five to 10 and cost �3 per person.
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Book early as places are limited. For details call 01708 766571, visit the museum in High Street, Romford or email email@example.com.
Tickets can be bought from the museum from Wednesday to Friday, from noon to 5pm and from 11am-5pm on Saturday.