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Half term at the Time and Tide Musuem

PUBLISHED: 10:27 12 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:39 30 June 2010

Education meets entertainment at Great Yarmouth's Time and Tide Museum this half term with a range of fun activities - and free entry for under 16's.

Starting tomorrow and to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Tiger visitors can make a tiger finger puppet, Chinese book, lanterns and dragons.

Education meets entertainment at Great Yarmouth's Time and Tide Museum this half term with a range of fun activities - and free entry for under 16's.

Starting tomorrow and to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Tiger visitors can make a tiger finger puppet, Chinese book, lanterns and dragons.

On Sunday the family activity is make your own herring fridge magnet. On Monday a craft session will be guided by Kate Coleman. On Tuesday activities continue with make a sea-life mobile, Kate takes over again on Wednesday and on Thursday families can make a tortoise hand puppet.

All craft activities are between noon and 4pm.

On Friday popular local historian Colin Tooke is giving a talk on Caister Castle and John Fastolf at 11.30am. Free tea or coffee with entry.

On Saturday youngsters can have a hoot with Punch and Judy with Rollo.

And on Sunday at 11am, 1pm and 3.30pm families can hear stories of the sea with Harvey Salmon.

Activities are free with normal admission, adult £5.20, concs £4.40.


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