A Runaway Running Day Success!

Posted: August 1, 2014 in Uncategorized

All of us here at the Museum would like to thank everyone who came along and helped make the Running Day such a success. From the visitors, the volunteers, staff and the camera crew, we couldn’t have had such a great day without you all.

We all had a great time and hope that everyone who came along to see our collection of trains running enjoyed themselves too. It was good to see so many people who had not been before, who said “I always walk past but I’ve not come in before” and those who never knew we were here in the first place. We hope you all felt welcome and we look forward to seeing you again.
Because the Children Go Free day was such a success and we loved meeting so many new people we are thinking about putting on more Children Visit For Free days during the summer holidays, giving the kids something to do that’s a little bit out of the ordinary on a weekday. We can’t confirm anything yet but keep an eye out for posters and pamphlets in the next few weeks.
We asked anyone who was interested in seeing the final broadcast TV show to give us their email address so we could forward the link to YouTube when it became available and naturally we’ll be hosting a link to it from our channel and on the website but if you’d also like to get the link sent directly to your inbox when we get it then email us and we’ll make sure you get it just as soon as we do.

Since we’re on the subject of children in the museum, I would like to make a little addendum to mention that we are going to be re-launching the Children’s Club in September. After that the club will be open one Sunday every two months when we will have toys out to play with, art, crafts and stories told by one of our resident raconteurs.

For more information as it becomes available, look out for our blogs, Facebook andTwitter updates, posters or simply join our mailing list where we can inform you of all these details plus much more museum news as it happens. To sign up, just drop us an email with “Mailing List” in the subject field to info@brightontoymuseum.co.uk

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