Fox and Cubs Forest School

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Go along to the outdoor Friday Family Fox and Cubs sessions with your toddler. Sessions are held outside in the Museum’s beautiful grounds and based on Forest School ethos. They meet in almost any weather and enjoy exploring nature, free play, bug hunting, mixing mud, making seasonal crafts, cooking on the campfire and much more.

Sessions are suitable for toddlers and pre-schoolers, no charge for adults, and a child’s drink and snack are included.

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Where/When

This runs in term time on a Friday 10am until 11:15am at Wycombe Museum

 

Contact / More information

Visit the Wycombe Museum website to book tickets or find out more about this event http://wycombemuseum.org.uk/foxandcubs/

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On Sunday, we were involved in a live Wycombe Windrush 2020 celebration zoom party. The fantastic event included talks, dancing, quizzes, singing, steel pan playing, and much more from local people in their homes.

The team have put together a highlight reel of some of the best bits from the five-hour long event, and would love for you to take a look at some of what we enjoyed! Click on the link below.

Thank you to everyone who was involved, to the over 100 guests who joined in, and to Church Urban Fund who supported the event.

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