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More Excting Summer Activities

Albie the Adventurer at the Hay Festival earlier this year

So the weather forecast is predicting rain next week which is fine as we have plenty going on at National Museum Cardiff throughout the school holidays.

Starting tomorrow and continuing on Sun 21st, Wednesday 24th, Thursday 25th and Friday 26th staff from the Clore Discovery Centre will be running noisy dinosaur workshops based on our newly published children's story book 'Albie the Adventurer'. The book was written by me (Grace Todd) and illustrated by local illustrator and designer Caroline Duffy (google her, she is great)

The workshops will be running at 11am, 1pm and 3pm on the days listed and can be booked at the front desk. They will be loud and lots of fun!

Hopefully see you there.

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