Fort Nelson to hold spy school for youngsters

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CHILDREN can take part in a spy school this bank holiday.

The Royal Armouries at Fort Nelson in Fareham is calling on youngsters to find out if they have got what it takes to become a Second World War spy.

Children, aged five to 12, will be trained by costumed characters in covert tactics and strategies used by Special Operations executive agents in the Second World War.

The event is between May 29 and June 2 an sessions start at 11am, midday, 2pm and 3pm.

It is £3.50 per child. For details visit royalarmouries.org.