Youngsters run their own Great Yarmouth historic exhibition
- Credit: Young history and archaeology club
Young historians have put on an exhibition in Great Yarmouth of important finds at pop-up display at the Time and Tide Museum.
The exhibition was by the Young History and Archaeology Club and included finds from local beaches and geological and natural history samples from around the world.
Demonstrations of prehistoric migration were created to bring as much life to the pop-up exhibition as possible, including the opportunity for visitors to test themselves against the young historians.
The club is supported by volunteers from the Great Yarmouth Local History and Archaeology Society.
Town mayor Kerry Robinson-Payne presented members with Historic England goody bags and certificates during the exhibition to mark their commitment to history.
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During the past year they have explored many topics including the Stone Age, fishing and the Romans.
For further details visit www.greatyarmouthlocalhistoryandarchaeology.com
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