IN PICTURES: Children get creative at museum’s LEGO workshop
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Young children were able to put their imagination into practice during a fun LEGO workshop.
Children and parents gathered around the coloured blocks on Saturday to create masterpieces at Weston Museum, in Burlington Street.
Models included a ship, a desert island and a purple monster.
Some of the youngsters sought inspiration from Halloween with pumpkins and haunted houses while others let their imaginations run wild with all manner of creations.
The museum currently has the original wartime poster by Alfred Leete on display which can be viewed until January 13.
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The next event to take place is an exhibition of Stanley Hugh Skidmore during World War One. It is in place from Sunday to November 24.
There will also be a talk on Marie Antoinette’s Guide To Farming by Sarah Harris on Wednesday from 2pm.
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