Stone Age fun at Royston Museum

PUBLISHED: 08:32 23 July 2016

Royston museum curator Jenny Oxley, visitor Scarlett Hollamby, 8 and museum assistant Amy Judd make some clay models during stone-age day

Royston museum curator Jenny Oxley, visitor Scarlett Hollamby, 8 and museum assistant Amy Judd make some clay models during stone-age day

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It’s time to Yabba-dabba-doo on down to Royston Museum today and find out what life was like in the Stone Age.

Children can handle real local prehistoric finds, build a mini Stonehenge or a Stone Age style shelter, and dig for archaeological treasures outside in the sandpit. The event will be on from 10.30am to 3.30pm.

Free admission, and craft activities are £3.


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