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March 15 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Young Essex

The Timebubble Machine

Paul Gionis - Timebubble Toys
Timebubble Rocket

Venue:

Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, High Street
Colchester, CO1 1JH
Tickets:
Free
Drop-in. Please note there is a charge of £1.50-£2.00 for the wooden construction kits.

At Timebubble Toys we appreciate that not everyone has a time machine, which is why we invite you along to use ours to help you to get closer to the past… our amazing past.

Then use your time-travelling adventures to inspire you to build your own toys using Timebubble Toys sustainable wooden construction kits. Aimed at all ages to encourage creativity, this new age of wooden toy helps tackle some of the climate challenges that lie ahead – A ‘Brave New World of Toys’.

Tickets: Free, drop-in.
Please note there is a charge of £1.50-£2.00 for the wooden construction kits.

Timebubble Machine  Timebubble Toys

About Timebubble Toys

Inspired by our adventures through TIME we offer a growing range of sustainable wooden construction kits that offer additional functions. The kits themselves are aimed to inspire all ages, encourage creativity and to relate in some way to famous historical periods, characters or events.

Our aim is to entice customers to buy a wooden gift, game or toy as opposed to a plastic one…we know that wooden toys will begin to degrade after only 15 years, instead of hundreds of years with plastic. We realise to achieve this we need to give customers a fresh perspective of what a wooden toy can be as we strive forward to tackle some of the climate challenges that lie ahead! A ‘Brave New World’. We have found our interactive ‘Timebubble Machine’ is playing a valuable part in this!

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Venue

Firstsite
Lewis Gardens, High Street
Colchester, CO1 1JH
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Hearing Loop: Firstsite does not have a hearing loop system in this room.

Essex Book Festival has a mobile Roger Pen hearing loop system, which needs to be booked by individuals in advance at least five days before the event. If you would like to use the Roger Pen email [email protected]