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E-Newsletter

Summer 2010

Summer 2010

Welcome to the Summer e-newsletter.  Please forward this to anyone you know who might be interested in the museum.  Visit with friends and family everyday from 10.00am until 5.00pm, admission is free.



Create a Crowd! Family Friendly Summer @ PHM Stuck for things to do with the family over the summer holidays?  Why not visit the People’s History Museum and enjoy our exciting Family Friendly programme of events and activities.  Get creative with clay and add your own character to our People's History crowd (pictured), have a go at felt making, take part in a colossal collage, enjoy our special screening of Mary Poppins (part of the Family Friendly Film Festival) or one of our unique Story Time sessions for under 7s.  On top of all this there's hands-on stuff in every gallery, Busy Bee explorer packs for little ones to borrow and kids can also become a ‘Guardian of the Museum’ by taking part in our CBBC Relic Trail.  Plus you can picnic in in the Engine Hall. Find out more
 
The Left Bank cafe bar             The Left Bank cafe bar Not visited yet?  Why not come and have a look around the museum and then have a drink or lunch in the Left Bank cafe bar.  There's a new £5 lunch menu which offers grreat value for money.  Chose from things like an all day breakfast, club sandwich, goats cheese salad, omelette and many more.  Or why not make the most of the sunny afternoons and early evenings and enjoy a drink on our riverside terrace?  Surely the best spot on the river in Manchester city centre!        
 
 
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