Today the Museum of Cannock Chase filled up with whole families of Stone Age wall-painters, World War One would-be pilots and a worrying number of plague-ridden Medieval black rats.
Your blogger-in-residence made Horrible Poems with people, and noticed what a very good time they were having, even if their arms had turned yellow with cave-paint. I loved that the dad joined in to provide the idea that the plague rat’s teeth were the colour of asbestos. So spot on!
Here’s the poem about Yazzmin’s cave painting of bulls: