Last Saturday 31st May I visited the Annual 'Summer Fayre'. This is the highlight of the year - lots to do for Children and support from the University teaching everyone about making Cheese, Bread and Yeast with lots of hands-on practical experiments. The atmosphere is great with several Morris Dance Groups, Real Ale Tent and Pig Roast, and other entertainments. Lots of local organisations have stalls as well, - for example old-fashioned Printing and wooden spoon making. I have been critical of the Museum in the past as being a bit boring for a second visit but the staff were keen to show me lots of exciting plans for the future. Try and make a note in your Diary to be here this time next year, - because it really is a 10/10 day. (I think the admission charge for each adult was £2.50, children free) Also lots of free parking in an area difficult to park in because of the local Hospital across the road.
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