School kids Get Hands On with Heritage at The Engine Shed
School kids get hands on with heritage at The Engine Shed ahead of a free event this weekend.
Kids get hands on with heritage at The Engine Shed in Stirling, managed by Historic Environment Scotland, with its free Earth Building event. On Saturday 26th May from 12pm - 4pm, visitors can enjoy workshops, from wattle and Daub building to limewash and dry stone walling, and demonstrations of building with clay and the construction of a travellers tent.
For further information visit: www.engineshed.scot/whats-on/event/
Image - Children from Cornton Primary School with Jordan Irvine, Senior Education and Outreach Officer at The Engine Shed.
Last Updated: 25 May 2018 16:37
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