Kids Club Night - Wednesday 7th February 2024

Kids Club Night - Wednesday 7th February 2024
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Kids Club Night - Child Fully Booked £5.00
Kids Club Night - Supervising Adult Fully Booked £3.00
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This event is now SOLD OUT.  We are running another Kids Club Night on Friday 10th May 2024.  Please view details on our What's On page.

Are your Cubs, Brownies, Scouts or Girl Guides working towards a technology or history themed badge? Perhaps you run a local Woodcraft, chess, sports or code club and you're looking for something a bit different for your club's next excursion?

The Centre for Computing History would like to invite local children's clubs to come along and enjoy our Kids Club Night. All those attending will have the opportunity to join a tour focusing on the history of computing followed by time to explore the museum's vast collection of computers and retro computer games.

The event starts at 5pm and finishes at 8pm. Clubs can arrive at any time between these hours, although we would advise arriving in time for one of the three Computing History tours which will start at 6pm, 6.30pm and 7pm

We ask that all club members come dressed in uniform or, if this is not possible, we request that club leaders provide official club documentation. Clubs will be expected to follow the DfE guidelines for child to supervising adult ratio:

6:1 if children are aged 5 -7 years,
10:1 if children are aged 8 - 10 years,
15:1 if children are aged from 11 years onwards.

Hoping to see you all on Wednesday 7th February 2024!!

PLEASE NOTE - this event is for club bookings only and NOT for individual bookings.  Hence, there is a minimum booking requirement of 5 children and 1 adult.

Remember - All proceeds go to support our Computing Museum!


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