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Free Saxon-themed fun and entertainment for the whole family, including the live reveal of a huge community art project, will fill Tamworth’s Castle Grounds this Saturday (July 14) as part of the four-day Aethelfest activities.
The National Memorial Arboretum’s Armed Forces Day celebrations will be bigger and better than ever in 2018 with activities spread across two days.
Grab your goggles and come dressed in your steampunk finery for Ironbridge's second Steampunk Weekend Festival at Blists Hill Victorian Town. The Town will be filled with eclectic market stalls, exhibitions, talks and shows celebrating all things steampunk.
This half-term, take inspiration from the International Garden Photographer of the Year exhibition in the Fusion Gallery, alongside Jackfield Tile Museum, then decorate a tile with beautiful flowers or a peaceful garden. The fun and informal ‘Create Colour’ tile decorating workshops will be take place Monday to Friday during the school holiday.
Discover more about the technology of colour at Enginuity during the summer half-term and join a hands-on workshop to make a kaleidoscope or paint a spin picture to take home. These fun, family sessions are part of the museum’s ‘Create Colour’ activities that are taking place across The Gorge over the school holidays between 26 May and 3 June.
Come along to Coalport China Museum during the May half-term and join family workshops to paint or sculpt colourful flowers and gardens.
Young artists can paint a delicate china flower or decorate a money box, fridge magnet or paper plate with floral designs using brightly coloured quick drying paint.
Experience the industrial might of the Black Country at ‘Red by Night’ as skilled craftsmen and live demonstrations bring the reality of ‘black by day, red by night’ to life.