CHILDREN can create mini houses and miners during free activity sessions at the National Coal Mining Museum this week.
The museum, at Overton, near Flockton, is running themed Mining Village arts and crafts sessions all this week during half term.
To complement its exhibition A Mining Village Remembered, the museum is running free family workshops.
Visitors can explore Betty Miller's bronze sculptures showing everyday life in her home village of Royston, near Barnsley.
They can then make their own special memento as a souvenir of the day or a house to display in the museum's own mining village.
The workshops start at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm and last for 45 minutes.
They should be booked at reception when visitors arrive. Children need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.