Happy Days

7 August – 27 November

It’s Free to get in!

This exhibition includes plenty of activities for even the tiniest visitor, including a sand-pit and toy corner with lots to keep your young charges occupied whilst you reminisce about your own childhood days.

If you live too far away to visit the exhibition then we hope you will enjoy seeing a little of it in the photographs – maybe you would like to add a comment with your own memories of happy childhood days.

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Well loved dolls of every size and age, some in their original clothes others in home made ones.
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Teddys, Golly's, Jacko Monkey and lots of soft toys, all well loved through the years.
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Hours of fun have been spent with these life like toys
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Books galore given as Christmas & birthday presents or Sunday School prizes
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Technology toys & Sylvanian Families - do you remember these?
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Many happy hours have been spent playing games - how many of you remember Escalado?
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Photos of happy childhood times, playing on the street, garden, in the park.
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A bed room full of toys. Items on the wall to take you down memory lane such as a fishing net and jam jar with string round it.
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All the fun of the farmyard, everything is there apart from the smell!
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Sindy and all her regalia, every little girl could be in fantasy land with her
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Seven Dwarfs, home made wooden fort, toys for all generations
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Photos and information - lots to see and read
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Remember going to the seaside and playing in the sand? well the museum has plenty for children to play in
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Floor games - come and play with them (no age limit)
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Seaside photos - paddling in the sea, building sand castles and lots lots more
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Toy cars of every description, played with in the house, on the street with lots of sound effects Brrrm Brrrm
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How to find the Museum
Timetable of events

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