Here’s an extract from Hereford Council’s website:
Herefordshire Council’s heritage services team is holding a special geology fun day on Tuesday, April 19 at the Museum Resource and Learning Centre in Hereford.
The event runs from 11am until 3pm and is suitable for youngsters aged up to 15 years old.
There will be a chance to learn all about geology in the county, make a fossil and an undersea scene, as well as learning all about giant dragonflies. Alexia Clark, Herefordshire Council’s visitor services officer, said: “This fun day called Fossil Forests, Coral Seas and Giant Dragonflies promises to be an egg-citing Easter activity for all youngsters. Geology is very much the bedrock of what has made our country so beautiful and I hope youngsters will come along and enjoy finding out more about it”.
Tickets for the event cost £3 and for more details telephone 01432 260692.