Three lucky young people and their families have won this year’s Beverley Treasure House Children’s Trail prizes.
The Treasure House Children’s Trail is an annual event which is organised by East Riding Museums and takes place over the school summer holidays.
Over 150 families took part in the trail which includes activities and picking up clues around the Treasure House including Beverley Art Gallery and the Library.
Everyone who completed the challenge, which is open to those aged four years upwards, received a certificate and entered a prize draw to win family passes to visit East Riding heritage attractions as well as craft materials.
Toby Wilson, aged 6, of Cottingham bagged 1st prize, winning a family day pass to Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
Edie Knowles, also aged 9, of Beverley won 3rd prize, a set of craft materials.
Treasure House Education Officer Sarah Hammond said: “I am delighted that so many young people visited the Treasure House over the summer holidays to take part in our annual Children’s Trail.
“The Trail really gives youngsters the chance to explore all that the Treasure House, including its Museum, Art Gallery and Library, has to offer as a source of fun and learning.
“I would like to congratulate all those who took part in the Children’s Trail, especially our three lucky winners.”
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