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Mud, Bugs and Baking- The Scarecrow’s Wedding
10 Aug 2018
10am – 12pm or 1.30pm – 3.30pm
‘The Scarecrow’s Wedding’ by Julia Donaldson
“Betty O’Barley and Harry O’Hay Were scarecrows. (They scared lots of crows every day.) Harry loved Betty, and Betty loved Harry, So Harry said, ‘Betty, my beauty, let’s marry! Let’s have a wedding, the best wedding yet, A wedding that no one will ever forget.”
And so begin the plans for the best wedding the barnyard has ever seen! The scarecrow couple sets off for a hunt round the farm for everything they need for the festivities — a big white dress, rings, wedding bells (or, at least, cow bells)… But when Harry’s search for flowers takes him far, far away, villainous scarecrow rival Reginald Rake sees his chance to ruin this beautiful day… Hurry back, Harry
Come along to the Museum of East Anglian Life this Summer Holidays for some fabulous fun activities! Listen to a Julia Donaldson story, take part in some crafts and explore the Museum.
£2.50 per space (+ Museum Admission or Museum Membership) spaces are limited to 15 children per session. Suitable for ages 2+
Children under 12 must be accompanied by a paying adult