Fun in the sun for August Open Day
August saw another successful Open Day at The Weaver’s House and we had sunshine all day!
Young visitors enjoyed making woolly snails, weaving and “rub-a-bug” a specially created activity akin to brass rubbing, featuring all kinds of mini-beasts.
There were visitors from across the world including Bolivia, Poland and Italy, across the UK from Cambridge, Leicester and Liverpool and from nearer to home from Kenilworth, Southam, Leamington, Birmingham and of course Coventry!
We had some lovely visitor comments:
“Loved it so much, will be back with my friend in September”
“Maureen and Janet were brilliant tour guides. Really enjoyed visit and learned a lot”
“The activities were good” – Aden and Aimee (young visitors)
“We enjoyed every minute. It was a wonderful day and we met lovely people. Thank you”
What fantastic comments! Thank you to everyone who came along. We didn’t get any photos ourselves this time, we’d love to see your pics.
A brief reminder that this was the last of our regular Open Days for 2019, however as usual we will be taking part in Heritage Open Days in September. There are lots of fantastic venues opening in Coventry, so do plan your visit to maximise on what’s available! We will be open during both weekends of the national heritage festival, full details are here.