Fox and Cubs Forest School

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What’s it all about?

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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6 hours ago

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Congratulations to Emma and Jack who, after winning our wedding competition, got married with us this weekend! It was a beautiful afternoon ceremony on our front lawn with a reception into the evening.

To find out more about weddings and celebrations at Wycombe Museum go to www.wycombemuseum.org.uk/weddings/
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#OnThisDay in 1907, a lifeboat was parked down Wycombe High Street to celebrate Lifeboat Day.

You should be able to spot the crew inside the boat who are all wearing life jackets.

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3 days ago

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‪We’re closed to the public tomorrow as we have a private wedding on site. Well be open as usual again on Sunday.
Want to find out more about weddings at Wycombe Museum? Go to www.wycombemuseum.org.uk/weddings/
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Back in around 1900, High Wycombe railway station was being rebuilt.

This photo was taken during the building of a new route to the North. The footbridge is still in place today, as are the broad gauge rails.

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Back in February 1960, a Young Socialist group gathered in Frogmoor.

They were demonstrating against Apartheid in South Africa.

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5 days ago

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Before the River Wye was culverted 😲

This is a view of the Wye and Oxford Road in Wycombe back in 1929. The photo was taken from the Brook Street Road Bridge.

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Back in October 1902, a railway construction team widened the embankment at Frogmoor Bridge.

There were 43 workers in total, comprising of both men and boys.

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Back in October 1938, the Princess Royal opened the new Heath Centre on The Rye.

She was accompanied by the Mayor at the time as they inspected the nurses of the new premises.

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#OnThisDay in 1950, children at Sands school lined up to be presented with a bag of cane sugar by Councillor Avery.

A whopping 5,040 lbs was donated by Mrs Lucy Graves, of Washington DC -- 4,500 lbs were distributed to Bucks school kids with the rest going to needy families.

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Who remembers when ambulances used to look like this? 🚑

Back in October 1934, this brand new ambulance was dedicated on Queen Victoria Road.

The ceremony was attended by members of the ambulance service and local dignitaries.

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