Our Grow-Make-Eat children’s club inspire and excite young minds through hands on cooking activities using organic whole ingredients.
Each session the group will be guided to work together to make small dishes and bites that give them ownership and confidence to try at home. Of course they will get to share their creations with their new friends and parents.
All clubs are drop off and include organic dishes that the children prepare and share with friends and family.
An Oppidan Camp is a unique experience for a child.
A five-day residential camp for 8-13 year olds that values personal and social development as well as the acquisition of new skills and experiences, it incorporates interactive workshops, outdoor sports, team games and guest speakers, as well as cooking, camping and a host of practical skills.
Located in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, Oppidan Camps are a modern-day Swallows and Amazons.
If you are looking for an exciting, challenging and most of all fun place for a child to be for the summer, then we have the perfect solution!
Since 1982 we have been running our week long summer adventure camps for unaccompanied children. Many of the children come back year after year, forming friendships that last for years. A week at Mill on the Brue's summer adventure camp gives everyone the opportunity to have an enormous amount of fun, learn new skills and make great friends.
“Thank you all for giving Tabby the most brilliant week – she had an amazing time, met some great kids by the sound of it. I was delighted by the amount of mud that she brought home…the perfect antidote to her usual busy life. Many thanks again, we’ll definitely be booking for next year.”
Alex Boyes, Producer, Augmented Architecture, leads a tour of the Augmented Architechture installation. BSL interpretation is available on request for all our Saturday Talks. Visit our BSL page for more information.
The Cartoon Museum re-launched at 63 Wells Street on 1st July 2019! The design vision for the museum was led by Sam Jacob Studio, who used the language of cartoons and comics as inspiration for the new architecture.
We’ve teamed up with the Council for British Archaeology (CBA), an educational charity, to open west London’s first YAC. The Club gives you a chance to get your hands dirty doing real archaeology — you’ll handle historical artefacts, meet archaeologists and try your hand at traditional crafts. All while gaining skills and making friends!