Join Junction Arts at This Girl Codes Halloween Heritage Hacks this October half term. 

This Girl Codes is a program of activities led by artists that explores science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) through creativity.

Modern Day Magic 

This Halloween we'll delve into Creswell Crags' deepest, darkest cave and find out how witches are linked to the UNESCO Heritage Site. After our cave tour we will become alchemists and create potions with artist Rachel Scanlon. In the afternoon we will become Frankenstein's maker with electrical engineer Ann Fomukong-Boden; using motors, mechanics and programming we will re-animate a (fake) skeleton! 

Arrival at Creswell Crags: 10:00am

Tour of Robin Hood's cave: 10:15

End: 3pm

31st Oct and 2nd Nov will be different activities!

We are requesting a small booking fee of £4 per person per day, adults and children (recommended) 7 or older to guarantee your space on the day. Please contact Junction Arts on [email protected] if fees are an issue, we will be discreet and can offer subsidised charges. 

Due to the nature of the content, we recommend This Girl Codes for children aged 7 or older and adults. Children under 5 cannot go on cave tours. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult/guardian. Staff and artists are DBS checked so over 12s can be left with the project team however we ask that you contact [email protected] to let us know after booking your ticket.

The project is called This Girl Codes but workshops are open to people of all genders.

Accessibility Information: Caves do not have wheelchair access and are accessed via steps, there are also steps inside the caves. Children under 5 years old cannot go on cave tours. Dogs and access dogs are not allowed in the caves.

Full access information for Creswell Crags: 


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