CHILDREN can learn calligraphy, try out traditional recipes and make butterfly decorations, Easter baskets and sailor’s pouches over the next two weeks.
The activities are all part of the Flagstaff Hill autumn holiday program which started on Monday and will run through until Thursday, April 17.
Primary school children can also return to the classroom in a reading, ’riting and ’rithmetic session which mimics an 1870s-era common school with period costumes and slate boards.
An Easter letter hunt activity encourages children to follow the clues and signs to find letters hidden around the historic village and to complete a special message for a chocolate reward.
Full details of the sessions, which run at 11am and 2pm each day, are available at www.flagstaffhill.com