Slime fun at Weston Museum

Jess Mcilveen, from Splat Messy Play, with George at the museum's slime workshops.

Jess Mcilveen, from Splat Messy Play, with George at the museum's slime workshops. - Credit: Archant

Children created their own slime before experimenting with the sticky substance at a Weston Museum workshop.

Weston Museum Easter themed slime workshops.

Weston Museum Easter themed slime workshops. - Credit: Archant

The attraction, in Burlington Street, hosted its first Easter-themed slime workshop on Sunday.

Youngsters were able to stretch it and blow into it to watch it change shape.

The next Easter event is taking place on Sunday when families can enjoy making a variety of crafts from mosaic pots to festive cards.

More slime fun will be running on Wednesday and April 18, with an ocean theme.

Children enjoying the slime workshops.

Children enjoying the slime workshops. - Credit: Archant

On April 19, the popular LEGO workshops will return to the museum and children can use their imaginations to create different models, while enjoying time with their family and friends.

Budding archaeologists can also take part in a dino dig during the Easter weekend.

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To book up for one of the workshops, priced £5, call the museum on 01934 621028.

Jess Mcilveen owner of Splat Messy Play running the slime workshops at Weston Museum.

Jess Mcilveen owner of Splat Messy Play running the slime workshops at Weston Museum. - Credit: Archant

Children enjoying the slime workshops.

Children enjoying the slime workshops. - Credit: Archant

Jess Mcilveen owner of Splat Messy Play with George 4Weston Museum Easter themed slimed workshops. M

Jess Mcilveen owner of Splat Messy Play with George 4Weston Museum Easter themed slimed workshops. Matthew Hardy, 01934 621028 (V)7,04,19 - Credit: Archant

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