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Fun and games

Beckton Gas Works sports day
Play, Watch, Create, Discover, Learn

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Things to do
'Time Pirates' our award winning children's resource written in partnership with the Museum in Docklands. 'Riverside Roses' a basic skills learning resource created in partnership with Lewisham College. Plus quizzes, videos, printable walking trails, make your own gallery and top trumps.

Timeline games
Drag and drop the pictures into chronological order. Place the docks, ships, river crossings and port institutions in the correct order and discover fascinating facts as you play.

Matching games
Click on the cards to find the pairs that match. Match goods to their docks, captains to their ships and much more. Print further information about the matching pairs at the end.

Send an e-card
Click on an image to send it as an e-card. Choose colours and watermarks then send a message or a memory of the river to a friend.

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