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World Heritage Youth Ambassadors

Our World Heritage Youth Ambassadors project is a group for anyone aged 13-18 yrs who is interested in: finding out about Heritage, their local history or how a tourism destination works • helping with museum and community events • having a say in how their heritage is managed, protected and interpreted • working alongside Museum professionals • making friends with people with similar interests. Ironbridge is a fascinating place and it's amazing to learn about its industrial past and the impact it has had worldwide. This project will help you develop your communication skills and gain confidence, volunteering experience and maybe a lifelong interest and appreciation for the place you live! As part of this project you will also work towards an Arts Award at either Bronze, Silver or Gold level.

Date: 4th February 2018

DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival

This February, we will celebrate Shrewsbury as "The Origin of Independent Thinking" and birthplace of Charles Darwin - the most independent thinker of them all. From free guided tours to brainteasing lectures and dance performances- This two and a half week programme is the first of its kind and cements Shrewsbury’s rightful position as not only the birthplace of Charles Darwin but the inspiration behind his independent thinking which went on to change the story of evolution around the world.

From: 8th February 2018

To: 25th February 2018

Talk: The Work of Cuan Wildlife Rescue

At “Cuan Wildlife Rescue”, they take in any sick, injured or orphaned British wild animal or bird with the whole aim of rehabilitating them back to the wild upon recovery. On arrival at the Centre, each casualty is assessed and given immediate First Aid treatment in the form of pain relief, fluid therapy, warmth, wound management as appropriate. All treatment and nursing is carried out at the Centre, and much thought and preparation is put into their ultimate release back to the wild.

Date: 8th February 2018

Talk: The Work of Cuan Wildlife Rescue

At “Cuan Wildlife Rescue”, they take in any sick, injured or orphaned British wild animal or bird with the whole aim of rehabilitating them back to the wild upon recovery. On arrival at the Centre, each casualty is assessed and given immediate First Aid treatment in the form of pain relief, fluid therapy, warmth, wound management as appropriate. All treatment and nursing is carried out at the Centre, and much thought and preparation is put into their ultimate release back to the wild.

Date: 8th February 2018

LEGO®: Brick History

Brick History takes you on a journey through pivotal moments in world history, modelled in LEGO® bricks. This is history brought to life at a relatable, human level, featuring key figures from Mozart to Martin Luther King, scientific discoveries from the Big Bang to DNA and recent history from mobile phones to the moon landings. This exhibition has something for people of all ages. From tiny recreations of Concorde and Titanic that would sit in your hand, to a 1.5m square castle bustling with activity in periods of both peace and war, there is something for all to be amazed by and to admire.

From: 9th February 2018

To: 15th April 2018

February Half-Term warm up trains

Ride our heated carriages from Llanfair Caereinion to Castle Caereinion return and finish up with a drink in the cosy tearoom at Llanfair Caereinion. The special return fare of £9.50 for adults and £4.00 for children includes a hot drink for adults and a juice box for children.   Please note that all trains start and finish at Llanfair Caereinion only where there is plenty of FREE parking. There is no parking at Castle Caereinion.   Trains depart Llanfair Caereinion for the appoximately 1 hour return journey at 11.00, 12.45 and 14.30.

From: 10th February 2018

To: 11th February 2018

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