DISCOVER bugs and birds at the Elgar Birthplace Museum this half term as its hosts a range of events to entertain youngsters.

There will be fun trails and activities all week between 11am and 4.30pm from Saturday, May 24, to Sunday, June 1, and Worcester Wildlife Trust's Wild Watchers will be in residence on Friday, May 30.

Children will be able to find and colour beautiful birds, discover plants and minibeasts on the nature trail, see their discoveries up-close with magnifying glasses or follow animal tracks to discover the Museum on our tracking trail.

Throughout half-term, families can also create their own colourful bird-feeders to take home and make nature pictures using bits and pieces from the museum’s gardens.

All these fun activities are free with Museum admission.

Lucy Maycock, from the museum, said: "Bugs n Birds will be the perfect event for families to discover the Museum’s smallest inhabitants and to learn about the nature that inspired much of Elgar’s music.

"We are so excited to welcome Worcester Wildlife Trust for their wonderful activity day and cannot wait to see what they discover."