This exhibition tells the story of the Tees Valley’s brave explorers who travelled across the world to discover new civilisations and make ground-breaking scientific discoveries.
Funky Feet is a unique session for pre-school aged children, it is a great opportunity to sample numerous sports, and physical activities
A relaxed and informal group who meet to play Scrabble over tea and biscuits
Frank Wild from Skelton-in-Cleveland holds the record for the most is most famous, however, for being Ernest Shackleton’s right-hand man,This talk, by Henrietta Hammant from the Scott Polar Research Institute, will consider what challenges the Antarctic presented for explorers at the turn of the century and will reveal Ernest and Frank’s incredible stories of survival. But most importantly, it will answer the question: why did Frank keep going back?
Funky Gymnastics is part of our Funky Feet programme, a unique session for Preschool children, it is a great opportunity to sample numerous sports and physical activities.