Scarenation Halloween 2014

Last Halloween, Frogmore’s peaceful old factory was transformed in to horrifying Factory of Fear by the ghouls at Scarenation. Just when you thought you were safe, they’re back once again to scare the pants off the unsuspecting public from October 24th to November 1st!

WARNING: While Scarenation are on site (last 2 weeks of October) there may be minor changes to the normal tour. If you are intending to visit and have mobility problems or bringing someone who has, you are advised to ring first. It is however business as usual here at Frogmore Paper Mill.

Halloween Family Fun 2014!

If Scarenation’s terrifying Factory of Fear is too much for you, maybe a Halloween themed family fun day is better for you and your little ones!
Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service’s Halloween Family Fun is only £5 per child for two days of tutored Halloween based crafting and fun. Paper making creates entertainment for families to enjoy together!

School Trips

Our education team offer a range of exciting workshops for schools covering Key Stages 1. 2. 3 and 4, outreach activities and school assemblies. A standard 2 and a half hour visit includes a mill tour, papermaking and a third activity selected from a list: weaving, braille, history, science, recycling, letterpress and art. An upstream task suits KS2/3. Specialist art, bookbinding and enterprise activities are offered to KS3/4. Students enjoy the opportunity to a visit a working industrial setting.

Papermaking Course

When: Contact for details

Time: 10.00 to 3.00pm
Fee: £110 the weekend, £60 Saturday only
We offer intensive weekend paper-making courses, delivered by Two Rivers Paper. Participants will learn about the craft of fine art paper-making; the theory and the practise, making your own sheets to take away. All materials provided. The first day will provide you with all you need to know, the second will enable additional hands on experience and opportunity to experiment.
Booking is essential.

"Rags makes paper, paper makes money, money makes banks, banks make loans, loans make beggars, beggars make rags. - Anon. English 19th C. "

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