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Children creating a clay sculpture at Fishbourne Roman Palace.
Children creating a clay sculpture at Fishbourne Roman Palace.
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CREATIVE: Children can get creative at Fishbourne Roman Palace as it’s offering artistic young people the chance to develop their skills and take part in a series of workshops. There are taster sessions for £5, including this Saturday , where you can design and create a miniature mosaic using ceramic tiles. On Saturday, March 16, you can create a sculptural piece and on Saturday, March 23, participants can develop a sketch into a full acrylic on canvas painting. The sessions will be led by experts from Fishbourne alongside a practising artist. Anyone between 11 and 25 years old can take part and work towards the nationally recognised Bronze or Silver Arts Award. Anyone interested in taking part in one or more of the sessions should call (01243) 785859 or email

CELEBRATE: Women across the world are celebrating International Women’s Day, which takes place today, and mothers, daughters and sisters can all take part. All women can join in and get involved with a walk in Portsmouth specifically created for the day. Discover more about the Daughters of Portsmouth as you explore the city while being led by a member of the Portsmouth Guiding Service. The walk starts at the Portsmouth City Museum at 2.30pm. Tickets can be bought from the Portsmouth City Museum either on the day or in advance. It’s £3 per person, £1 with a leisure card and accompanied children can join in for free.