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Windsor Castle comes to Harrow libraries with children’s workshops

As the UK eagerly anticipates the coronation of King Charles III, the Royal Collection Trust is inviting children aged 5-11 to celebrate Windsor Castle and 1000 years of royal history through a series of fun and immersive workshops across Harrow.

Hosted at each of the six libraries in Harrow, the ‘All About Castles’ workshops will take place on April 4th and 5th, during the Easter holidays – the first stop is Stanmore library.

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Stanmore Library, Stanmore Hill.

Thanks to public funding from Arts Council England, the workshops are free to attend, but places are limited, and interested parties must book via the Eventbrite website.

Participants will learn about the story of Windsor Castle, the oldest inhabited castle in the world, through role-play activities about knights, and by viewing artefacts and replica regalia from the Royal Collection, including armour and shields.

Aimed at educating and entertaining children during the school holidays, the workshops promise to provide an exciting and engaging way for young learners to discover the rich history of the British monarchy.