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Big Draw Pictures

So there they are! Pictures from the big draw so far... as I've already mentioned we've been creating a large map of St Fagans: National History Museum, and we'll be finishing it this Saturday (10th) from 11am until 1pm and 2pm until 4pm in Oriel 1. The plan is for vistiors to draw their favourite thing in the museum - it might be a building, an animal or even cheesy buns from the bakery! Come by on Saturday to help!

This picture shows the beginning of the map... sorry it's not a great shot!

Another slightly blurry picture sorry, but you can still see the fantastic horse and cart and the sun shining!

A fantastic drawing of the castle!It looks exactly like it!

It seems we have sharks in St Fagans:National History Museum now!

This is a lovely picture of our landtrain - the colours are great!

I love this picture of the Celtic Village too.

Kennixton, The Pottery and Nantwallter

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