Monday, 30 November 2015

Schools meet Peggy

The past few weeks we have been opening the doors of the Peggy Conservation Facility to members of the public and to school groups. About 200 of the former and 100 of the latter. Now that Peggy is unboxed and the Conservation Facility is completed (including toilet - "for this relief much thanks" as the Bard put it)*, things are beginning to happen at long last.
Here are some photographs of Chris Weeks entertaining the troupes.

Students from Michael School are introduced to Peggy

The children inspect the sliding keel slots
It's not very warm in there...

"Count the colours"
The kids discuss the paint cross sections

Vocation missed....

* Pedants' corner: Hamlet (1.1.10), Francisco to Barnardo

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