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Shop time has been limited in recent weeks, but that’s normal for most of us and perfectly fine. I’ve been keeping the house quiet during the weekends as my wife is coming to the end of a course with a final flurry of assignments. That means plenty of child-friendly activities!  I decided to take a punt on a local museum to mix things up a bit. Although I’ve visited local museums I’d never gotten around to visiting the Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life. In short, it was brilliant and seemed to be a final piece in a puzzle of some abstract thoughts that have been rattling around in my head for the last few months.

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From my kid’s point-of-view, they could have stayed longer than our time allowed. They both had a backpack provided by the museum with books, torches, soft toys and other stuff they enjoyed playing with as we made our way around. In addition, there were regular pit stops with child friendly activities woven into the exhibits that kept them interested and interacting. It


 

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Steve Voigt