This morning Matt discovered the Museum had a display on Titanic. Bee came across the Titanic a few weeks ago when a friend of mine was discussing boats with him. So, he was full of enthusiasm to go. We packed a picnic and walked in to town. Not a huge exhibition, but enough to keep the boys happy. The favourite part was the morse code (Marconiogram) switch/buzzer that they could play with and were very noisy.
After that we walked down to the embankment to see some African drumming as part of Peterborough festival. All very noisy. There were some medieval music too and a man in a Robin Hood outfit, plus another in Roman clothes who was very disparaging about the drumming.
Eventually we wandered home along the river and the boys spent the rest of the afternoon playing in the garden. Bee and Mip were very busy making German sausage out of German grass.