A FUN-packed programme will give youngsters a chance to get involved in a range of activities at Haden Hill House this February half-term.

The Cradley Heath museum will be hosting a variety of fun activities throughout the week, including arts and crafts, junk modelling and a meeting with experts from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

Kicking of the events – which all take place from 11am until 3pm – will be a free arts and crafts day ‘Go Play Tuesday’, on February 20.

The museum will then play host to the RSPB on Wednesday (February 21), where kids can come along and join in with craft activities and learn about nature and the environment.

In keeping with an environmental theme for the week, there will be a junk modelling session on Thursday (February 22), where young visitors can making models and sculptures out of things we might normally just throw away.

While the week will finish with a critter crafts event on the Friday (February 23).

Entrance to the museum is free, but there is a small charge for the junk modelling and critter crafts sessions.