Recycled robots

FUN Roland Findlay and his daughter Gemma put the finishing touches to a model dinosaur. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (13157-2)
FUN Roland Findlay and his daughter Gemma put the finishing touches to a model dinosaur. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (13157-2)
Dr John Steadman, archivist of Portsmouth History Centre based at Portsmouth Central Library     Picture:  Malcolm Wells

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DADS, sons and daughters have been hard at work building robots and dinosaurs.

Gosport Search holds classes every Saturday from 10am allowing dads and their children to have fun in their workshops.

Recycled materials are used to make their final creations.

Roland Findlay from Stubbington took his daughter Gemma, 10, to the class.

Gemma said: ‘We go once every week, and last week we made a dinosaur. We used a milk carton for its body and pieces of card and paper for its face and spikes. I’m looking forward to going again. It’s nice because I don’t get to go out much with my dad, just us two. Next time we’re going to make a dinosaur.’

The class costs £25 for five weeks, and covers the dad and one child.