A celebration of storytelling

PUBLISHED: 13:00 31 August 2006 | UPDATED: 10:45 06 May 2010

A reminder about once upon a time storytelling, as part of a family exhibition at the Heritage Museum, Norton Way South, which has been running from August 7 and finishes on September 9. Lots of games and fun things to do, exploring stories, word and pi

A reminder about 'once upon a time' storytelling, as part of a family exhibition at the Heritage Museum, Norton Way South, which has been running from August 7 and finishes on September 9. Lots of games and fun things to do, exploring stories, word and pictures, including original children's book illustrations. Storytelling in the gallery every weekday between 2.30pm and 3.30pm - no booking necessary. Send a postcard from an imaginary incredible journey; illustrate a giant story-book; build a story or two or design a new building for a fictional town, Storyville. Draw a funny face - read out the story of Very Letchworth Red Riding Hood -dress the part - endless opportunities for youngsters. Ring the museum on 482710 to find out more.


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