Thursday 20th June

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Grow your own food

Grow your own food

Sow some cress and watch your seedlings grow at home. Suitable for ages 5 and over. During the Second World War, Abram Games designed posters for the 'Dig for Vic...

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Fighting fit: Family bootcamp

Fighting fit: Family bootcamp

Get put through your paces with these military fitness-inspired activities for the whole family. Suitable for ages 8 and over. Can you work together to complete o...

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The 1st Polish Armoured Division and the Falaise Pocket

The 1st Polish Armoured Division and the Falaise Pocket

Join Dr Paul Latowski as he examines the role of the 1st Polish Armoured Division in this key Allied victory of the Second World War. The Battle of the Falaise Po...

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Women in khaki: The story of the ATS

Women in khaki: The story of the ATS

Join author Tracey Ann Knight to learn about the contribution of the women of the ATS during the Second World War. The Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) was for...

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Curator tour: The art of persuasion

Curator tour: The art of persuasion

Join a curator on an hour-long guided tour of our special exhibition, 'The art of persuasion: Wartime posters by Abram Games'. This major exhibition explores the ...

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Tiny troopers: Posters

Tiny troopers: Posters

Bring your little ones to our monthly toddlers session, perfect for under-5s. Sing, play and create with your little one at these fun, sensory sessions. Each mont...

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Target practice: Nerf guns

Target practice: Nerf guns

Prime your blaster and practise your aim. Can you hit the target using a nerf gun? Suitable for ages 8 and over. Abram Games designed a number of posters to educa...

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Churchill’s Abandoned Prisoners

Churchill’s Abandoned Prisoners

Rupert Wieloch tells the previously suppressed story of 15 British prisoners captured during the Russian Civil War. In November 1919, 15 British soldiers were ord...

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