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Half Term Clubs at the Museum

By January 3rd, 2020No Comments

Here are the activities which will be going on at the Museum after we re-open in January.

All clubs will start on the week beginning January 13th and run until Sunday February 16th. The clubs will restart after the half term on Monday February 24th and run until Sunday April 5th.


Mondays: Arts and Crafts (3:15-4:15pm)

Join Alison and Wendy each week for different creative projects. Open to all ages

Tuesday: Drama Workshop with Helen O’Grady Drama Academy (5 – 6pm)

Booking essential – in 2x 5-week blocks

Block 1: Jan 14th – Feb 11th / Block 2: Feb 25th – Mar 24th

Open to Primary 4 and above.


Tuesday: Study Club (6 – 8pm)

Homework and revision sessions. Open to S4 and above!


Wednesday: Creative colouring (3:15 – 4:15pm)

Relax and enjoy the simple pleasure of colouring in! This session is open to all ages and is a great activity for the whole family.

Creative Colouring

Thursday: Young Historians Club (4-5pm)

Explore different historic time periods and find out about what it is like to work in the museum. Open to Primary 4 and above!

Young Historians Club

Thursday: Life Skills – Lets Cook!

Find out more about healthy eating and cooking on a budget. Block booking essential!

(The Let’s Cook sessions will not run on the 3rd Thursday of every month!)

Open to S4 and above!


Friday: Cartoon Workshops (3:30 – 4:30pm)

Draw your own cartoon characters with local cartoonist Jack O’Hara. 5 week block – Booking essential!


Saturday: Games Club (10 – 12)

Devils Porridge Games Club everything from traditional board games to trading card games like Pokémon, and phone and tablet base gaming.

10 – 11 open to primary 6 and above, the everyone welcome from 11 – 12.

Games Club

Sundays: Green Devils Eco Club (1 – 3)

Take part in eco projects around the Museum and learn about how we can benefit the environment. Open to the whole family (starting January 26th!)

Gardening Club

All clubs are completely free! Contact for more information.  An A5 leaflet with all the clubs on is available from the Museum’s main reception desk.



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