Waves and games at submarine museum

Supervisor Emily Moore, left, and deputy supervisor Becky Lansley, back right, with children from Hambledon Pre-School getting ready for their Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children

Tots are getting ready to splash in muddy puddles

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CHILDREN can learn to play traditional navy games and create waves in a bottle at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum.

The museum, in Gosport, is running various activities as part of its summer season.

On Thursday, families can discover how waves affect people, animals, and submarines.

Youngsters can then make their own waves in a bottle and make sea-sound instruments.

On August 6, they can play some of the games that would have been played on board HMS Alliance during the 1950s and 1960s, including Ludo, Draughts, and Uckers.

They can then make their own to play at home.

The Royal Navy Submarine Museum is also open every day, along with its Second World War submarine HMS Alliance.

A visit includes a tour of the submarine, led by a submariner who can tell first-hand what life was like under the sea.

For more information about the events taking place, visit submarine-museum.co.uk

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