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Terms and Conditions
Cancellations of the workshop after 7 days of receiving confirmation of the booking will incur a £50 processing fee. Cancellations
made within 30 days of the date of the workshop will incur a fee of £150. Cancellations within 48 hours of the day of the workshop will
be charged at the full invoice amount. Cancellations must be made in writing and confirmed as received from Historic Workshops in order for the workshop to be cancelled. The cost of replacing any equipment damaged by the school’s students or staff may be invoiced to the school, plus an administration fee of £25 – the school accepts full responsibility for the care of Historic Workshop’s equipment whilst on the school’s premises. These terms are automatically accepted by the school upon booking (unless otherwise stated in writing) after a seven-day cooling-off period (from the date that the booking confirmation was received).
"Leigh came in to our school to introduce a WWII topic to our cohort of 75 year 5 children. The workshop was fantastic, absolutely loads of artefacts for the children to handle and view including a working air raid siren. Leigh's knowledge was excellent and his experience as a teacher meant that behaviour and pace were all first class. The children loved the mini workshops including operating a stirrup pump, bandaging each other's "war injuries" and a fact hunt activity with all the artefacts. I thoroughly recommend this workshop and would not hesitate in booking Leigh again for future sessions." Mr Matkin, Queen Victoria Primary School.
"An engaging, hands-on introduction to life in Britain during WW2!" Anna Hopkins, Ben Jonson Primary School.
"This workshop kept the children and adults entertained for the whole day. The children enjoyed the learning that took place and have not stopped talking about the artefacts! Very good value for money!" Elms Farm Primary School.