Easter fun at Mile End's Ragged School Museum

PUPPET making, Easter bonnet making and a hunt for Easter eggs are all part of the entertainment at the Ragged School Museum in Mile End over the holidays. Other activities on offer include spring cleaning the Victorian kitchen, decorating the garden an

PUPPET making, Easter bonnet making and a hunt for Easter eggs are all part of the entertainment at the Ragged School Museum in Mile End over the holidays.

Other activities on offer include spring cleaning the Victorian kitchen, decorating the garden and making a Victorian style vase.

The fun starts at 10am and continues until 5pm on Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 April and also on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 April.

The Ragged School was once the largest free school in London and was founded by Thomas Barnardo in 1867.


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All the activities at the museum in Copperfield Road are free and details are available on 020 8 980 6405.

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