Divine decorations at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum
12th December 2011
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Not all decorations are made of tat and foil, or annoying flashing lights ready to bring on more than a headache!


Some have meaning and are representative of lifestyle, belief and attitude, which are currently on show at The Fitzwilliam Museum.


As part of the Cambridge Museum's family activities season at the museum, children from 8 years and upwards can join in to discover such delights as how many angels have golden halos, or the meaning of religious art and decoration, whilst creating their very own to take home and enjoy at the workshop, 'Angels all around us'. Often the meaning of Christmas can be lost among the hype and high street, and this is a great way - should you be so inclined - to show your children the other side of the festive season.


The session will be running from 10.30-12.30 on Saturday 17th December and at only £5.00 per child, will be a good, reasonable way to keep them busy until the big day!


Visit Angels all around us for more information on location and booking.


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