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Cubs takeover black country living museum

Record Number of Cub Scouts take over the Black Country Living Museum

20 January 2016

 Sun  24 Jan  2016

Over 1250 Cub Scouts and adult volunteers will be visiting the Black Country Living Museum on Sunday 24thJanuary to celebrate 100 years of Cub Scouting.  Local Cub Packs will bring their spirit of excitement and adventure to the Museum where they will explore 26 acres of period houses and shops.  The Cubs will be taking part in many celebrations in the run up to the Renewal of their Promise on the 16th November. It will mark 100 years to the day since Cub Scouting started. There are now nearly 150,000 Cub Scouts in the UK today.

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Anvils and Petticoats

Go ‘Beyond the Petticoat’ this half term at Black Country Living Museum

19 January 2016

Sat 13 Feb – Sun 21 Feb, 10am – 4pm

Find out about the incredible history of women workers this half term at Black Country Living Museum’s one of event Anvils & Petticoats. In a one off event, Anvils and Petticoats. Explore 26 acres of period shops and houses, meet costumed characters and get hands on with crafts and trails as you discover how women in industry changed the course of history.

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