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Museum teams up with actor for winter trail

To celebrate the arrival of Rusty the Iron Age dog, the Corinium Museum at Cirencester has partnered with actor, comedian and children's author Ben Miller for a trail around the museum.

The trail is based on Ben's new book 'How I became a Dog called Midnight'. Look out for Midnight as he explores the museum galleries and meets other dogs and creatures from the Corinium Museum collections.

The trail encourages younger children to use their observational skills while older children can discover some of the story. Grown-ups can take part too by reading snippets to the children.

When children have finished the trail, they can claim a sticker as a prize from the museum's Welcome Desk.

Signed copies of How I Became a Dog Called Midnight are available in the Museum shop.

The trail, which runs until the end of February, is included in admission.

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