The World Rugby Museum will be bringing family-friendly arts and crafts to the frontline this February half term.
Inspired by our new exhibition on war hero and Welsh international Charlie Pritchard, the World Rugby Museum will be running arts and crafts sessions during the week commencing February 17th.
There’ll be an opportunity for kids to get stuck-in with a range of war-themed activities:
• Print with potato ‘rations’. Using cut-out potatoes, children can print and create some fun designs!
• Build and paint your own warplanes
• Make poppies
• Write a coded letter to a friend.
• Create love tokens (soldiers were often given little tokens by loved ones when they were sent to war!)
You’ll also get entry to the World Rugby Museum where you can check out the world’s oldest international football jersey and compete against our interactive machines! Don’t forget to check out our brand new exhibition on Charlie Pritchard while you’re there.
If you’d like to make a full half-day of it, why not combine your workshop with a 45-minute war-inspired stadium tour?
*All children must be accompanied by an adult and all adults must be accompanied by a child! Suitable for children aged 6-11.