Roman ways

1st December 1995 at 00:00
The Cuming Museum at 155-157 Walworth Road, London SE17, tells the story of the historic Borough of Southwark from the Romans to the present day. Displays include: Roman statues and Shakespeare's and Dickens' Southwark. Museum staff run free handling sessions for primary schools on the Romans in Britain, Ancient Egyptians and medieval Southwark. In "Light Fantastic" sessions museum objects and worksheets are used to investigate light sources. Details, tel: 0171 701 1342.

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