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Our click and collect activity packs bring our usual holiday craft and learning activities to your home!

Each pack contains the materials you need plus exciting stories from our collections.

Week Eight: Awesome Autumn!
Learn all about some of the creatures we associate with Halloween. Make your own metal spider, become an engineer and build a bat automaton or make your own wolf Halloween mask!

Your pack will include:
1x metal spider kit
1x wolf mask kit
1 x bat automaton kit
1 x A4 activity booklet including instructions and bird spotting trail
5 x collections photographs to collect and keep

Collection
Once you have ordered your pack please email cpratt@uttlesford to arrange a collection slot. Do not come to the museum with out contacting us first. Collection from outside the museum will be available from 21/10/2020 Tuesday to Friday depending on staff availability.

Hygiene & Corona Virus
Packs will be prepared by staff wearing gloves and a face covering, and materials with hard surfaces will be wiped down. We recommend you also take your own additional precautions, especially if a member or your house hold is in the higher risk group.

Materials
Some materials in the packs may be recycled and are hand prepared by the team. As such there will be slight variations between packs. We use recycled materials to keep the pack costs down for you and the planet.

Please note:
You will need basic craft materials such as paint, scissors and glue.
Not suitable for children under 3 as the packs contain small parts.
Children should be supervised at all times.

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Saffron Walden Museum

Museum Street, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 1BN

01799 510333

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Opening times

Temporarily closed

Closed Mondays, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Phased Re-Opening:
Saffron Walden Museum will be re-opening to season ticket holders, museum society members and museum volunteers before public opening resumes in 2021. Pre-booking is essential. Please see Saffron Walden Museum website for more information.


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