Christmas activities at Durham Cathedral

The Northern Echo: Greg Killingley, seven, left, and his brother Josh, nine, take part in the festive activities at Durham Cathedral. Greg Killingley, seven, left, and his brother Josh, nine, take part in the festive activities at Durham Cathedral.

CHRISTMAS crafts and activities for families to enjoy during the festive season are on offer at Durham Cathedral.

People could try their hand designing a homemade Christmas card or turn a pine cone into a Christmas bauble to hang from the tree on Saturday.

Charlotte Rowbotham, head of education said: “Durham Cathedral is a fantastic place for families to visit, especially at Christmas.

“We are delighted to have such a diverse and vibrant programme of activities for families to enjoy this year.”

Families with very young children are also welcome to visit the cathedral’s education centre on Wednesday December 18 at 10am for the On a Starry Night story-telling session for toddlers followed by a Make and Take Christmas Craft activity.

A similar story-telling session for families with children of all ages will take place on Saturday December 21 from 10.30am-3pm.

Families are invited to Make and Take something back home as a reminder of their visit.

A charge of £2.50 payable on the day is required for the craft activity.

For more information about events taking place at Durham Cathedral over the Christmas period, visit www.durhamcathedral.co.uk/whatson

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