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Youngsters made the most of their week off by enjoying dozens of fun half-term activities across south Bucks this week.

There was plenty of fun to be had this half-term, with some of the biggest tourist attractions in Bucks opening their doors to excited children.

Odds Farm Park provided young animal lovers with a chance to get up close and personal with cute farm yard pets, including chicks, rabbits and lambs, while Eden Shopping Centre hosted five days of crafty fun.

Parents watched on as children made clown puppets, enjoyed a silent disco and learnt how to spin plates, walk the tightrope and juggle at Kids’ Corner.

Amersham Museum reopened at the weekend and artist Anna Schofield was on hand to help young visitors make bookmarks, paper ships, and upcycled brooches and lavender bags and shell hearts.

Wycombe Museum also opened its doors to youngsters, who celebrated Darwin Day by handling some real fossils, making a pterodactyl mobile and creating their own fossil to take home.

And Bekonscot Model Village welcomed hundreds of families after reopening at the weekend. 

Elsewhere in the county, there were cookery workshops in Beaconsfield, tech camps at Amersham and crafts at the Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden.