Thanks to everyone who came to last month’s History Makers and we hope you all enjoyed painting great seals and building your own new town.
Having learnt all about the beginnings of our city last month, this time round we celebrate what made Hull such a successful and vibrant place for centuries – fishing and the River Humber.
Hull’s special position between two rivers made it a perfect place for a developing fishing industry. Over the years fishing expanded to become a huge trade and formed the basis of the local economy for centuries.
If Lego is your thing we need help us build bridges, lighthouses, trawlers and docks to recreate the glory days of Hull’s time as a busy fishing port!
Don’t worry if crafting is your passion – we also need help to create a huge underwater world with lots of colourful origami and stained glass fish!
Not much of a gap between the April session and our May event on Saturday so we are already getting excited!
Join us on 2nd May at the usual time 9.30-12.30 for the latest Lego and crafting fun.
We might even have a surprise competition for you with a great prize courtesy of our friends at The Deep… but you’ll have to come along to find out more!
‘History Makers’ Team