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Little Monsters, Big Impressions – Cancelled
26 October, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Unfortunately, we’ve had to cancel this session due to staffing availability. We’re really sorry! We hope to see you at another event really soon – check out our ‘What’s On’ page for more details!
Join us for a ghoulishly good time filled with spooky fun and creative activities. It’s Halloween, and we’re ready to BOO-gie! We will be making Halloween-themed Crafts, and having a spooky Storytime, costumes are very welcome! Pre-booking is required.
What to Expect:
Halloween Crafts: Let your little ones’ creativity run wild with stickers, pom-poms, tissue paper, sequins, and other spooky craft supplies.
Spooky Storytime: Gather ’round as we share eerie tales and mysterious stories.
Costumes Welcome: Dress up in your spookiest, silliest, or most enchanting costumes – the more creative, the better!
Heritage Toys: Discover a delightful collection of heritage toys for your little ones to play with, creating nostalgic moments and opportunities to reminisce over toys you may have enjoyed as a child!
Pre-booking is required to secure your spot!
While your little ones explore, play, and create, you can mingle with other parents and caregivers over a cup of tea or coffee, with delicious biscuits.
This is a free-roam play session, allowing you and your little ones to move freely through the room, exploring crafts, toys, and musical instruments at your own pace.
After our spellbinding playgroup, continue the adventure by visiting the Museum for free, with exciting trails designed to enchant your little ones!
When: Thursday morning, 10 am – 11.30 am.
Where: Our Enid Porter room at the Museum of Cambridge, accessible through the Museum courtyard with a green door adorned with typewriters and fascinating artifacts.
Suitable for ages 1 – 5.
How to Book: Please book a ticket for all adults and children attending. If you need assistance with booking, reach out to Sophie Casford at email@example.com or call the Museum at 01223 355159.
We welcome walk-ins on the day, but please note that space is limited, and we can’t guarantee a spot without prior booking.
You can read about our accessibility information on our website. If you’d like to chat through any accessibility requirements, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 01223 355159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Event attendees with additional needs are welcome to bring a supporter or carer who will be admitted to the event free of charge.
We are in the centre of Cambridge. You’ll find us at the corner of Castle Street and Northampton Street. We are right beside Kettle’s Yard and only a 15-minute walk from King’s College.
You can park your bike at the bike parks on Bridge Street or on Northampton Street. There is a bus stop on Bridge Street. Check out the Stagecoach website to plan your journey to and from the Museum. Find out more about how to get here by train, bike, bus, car or on foot on our website.
Please note that photographs will be taken throughout this event, and images may be used in future marketing and reporting materials. If you do not wish your or your family’s photograph to be taken, please make sure to let us know.
If you are feeling unwell or have recently tested positive for Covid-19, please do not attend this event. We’ll be happy to offer you a refund if applicable and welcome you to the Museum on another day.
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