Youngsters get to grips with clay at museum event

Gazette: Amelie Turnham Kevlin, four, and brother Samuel, six, making clay models. Amelie Turnham Kevlin, four, and brother Samuel, six, making clay models.

ROMAN living was brought back to life at a Colchester museum’s half-term event.

Youngsters got to grips with clay by making Roman lamps at Hollytrees Museum in Castle Park.

Children also created other objects during the workshops, inspired by their surroundings, including squirrels and castles.

They then got to take their creations home to put proudly on display.

  • For more pictures see today's Gazette.

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