On Saturday 17th April, from 11am – 4pm there will be a chance to discover how Victorian Bedfordians would have lived and worked. Earning a Crust: A Victorian Working Day is a free family day at Bedford Museum.
Come along to have a go at lace-making, rag-rug making and basket weaving. Martin Hazell will be showing you how he makes traditional baskets from local Willow and Hazel collected at his smallholding in Gravenhurst.
There will be lots of other activities to try. How about writing with quill pen and ink? Or learning how Victorians washed clothes without electricity or washing machines? There will also be folk music provided by Graeme Meek who sings traditional songs inspired by Bedfordshire life.
We have lots of activities for children and families over the Easter holidays. You can find out more about what's on by clicking here