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Wild Rivers Event at The Market Hall Museum

Market Place, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 4SA

Tel: 01926 412501

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Explore the wildlife that call rivers their home. Make a flying kingfisher, test your skills at building a beaver dam, and see up close exactly what lives in the water!

Join storyteller Pyn Stockman for a journey down the River to find tales of magical Swans that once were Princes, Rivers that fly, a greedy King who won't share the water with the rest of the Kingdom and a strong Princess who can see the whole world and all the Rivers that flow through it.

Stories suitable for ages 6+ with plenty of opportunities to join in! £5 per child, includes storytelling session, pre booking required. £3 per child, no need to book just drop in. Storytelling sessions at 10.30am and 11.30am

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