Time Travellers' Club
Exeter Cathedral's Education Department is launching new kids' club for budding historians, just in time for the half term holidays!
The Time Travellers' Club launches on Saturday 24th October with those Crazy Cavemen and will explore the fascinating (and sometimes gruesome!) parts of history. Travel back in time to a different period of history every week (until Saturday 28th November) with themed crafts, costumes, and horrible historical facts.
The club is perfect for children aged 6-12 and each session costs £6. If you're able to book all six sessions in advance you will get 1 session absolutely free.
To book please visit our online box office or telephone 01392 285983 / 01392 413174 Monday to Friday.
CRAZY CAVEMEN - 24th October
Discover the oldest people that we know about! Have a go at cave painting art and make a Stone Age ornament to take home.
EPIC EGYPTIANS - 31st October
What made the Egyptians so epic? Come and find out! Find out about the gruesome process of mummification and make your own mummy. Plus have a go at making a cartouche and writing in hieroglyphs.
GLORIOUS GREEKS - 7th November
Did you know Ancient Greeks invented the theatre? Make a comedy or tragedy mask to make someone laugh or cry! Find out about the gods, heroes and monsters in Greek Mythology, and decorate a vase with images of these stories.
NAUGHTY NORMANS - 14th November
The Normans have invaded! Find out about how Britain changed when William the Conqueror became King. Do you have 'Norman Style'? Become a Norman by building castles and decorating Norman shields.
GENTEEL GEORGIANS - 21st November
Come and discover an exciting time in Britain's history where men wore makeup and ladies wore gigantic wigs! Make a Georgian fan to pass on secret messages, decorate a Georgian tile, and watch out for pirates in the meantime!
EDGY EDWARDIANS - 28th November
What happened after Queen Victoria died? Explore what life for children was like in the early 20th century. Board the HMS Titanic, make Edwardian toys and create a poppy wreath to remember the First World War.