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If you wish, send to: The Secretary, Devon FHS, PO Box 9, Exeter, Devon EX2 6YP with your name, age and address and you will be sent an Acorn Club badge and a certificate. Schools - whole class entries - only one badge and certificate for the best entry. Email: acornclub@devonfhs.org.uk for more information.
Craft Activity at Torre Abbey August 2016


Devonport Park Treasure Trail May 2016

Maureen, Lin and Janet waiting for customers

Dad can help with the hard bits

Can you draw the clock face?

Collecting Acorn Club badges, certificates and pens — well done!
Acorn Club Treasure Hunt Prizewinners
Plymouth Hoe Treasure Hunt - 4th May 2015
Jordan - Ford, Plymouth
Natalie and Hannah - Plympton, Plymouth
Kate and Abbie - Thornbury, Plymouth
Devonport Park Treasure Hunt - 25th May 2015
Neve - Peverell, Plymouth
Soloman - St Judes, Plymouth
Alice Louise and Jack - Crownhill, Plymouth

Maureen, Janet and Lin waiting for children to arrive for the Acorn Club’s Treasure Hunt in Devonport Park
Devon FHS’s 2014 Acorn Club Wartime Competition
Brandon, Judah and Bethany have won £20 book tokens Acrobat Read the winning entries here
Well done to Eleanor Parkyn who won the FFHS competition. Here she is with Nick Barratt:
Eleanor Parkyn
How can you join the Acorn Club?
If you are interested in your family history, particularly in Devon, you are automatically a member of the Acorn Club. Welcome!

Maggie helps with the Acorn Club, providing help and advice to set up after school and lunch time clubs. She provides resources and support within schools to use family history to enhance the curriculum. If you see her at a Family History exhibition say “Hello”, ask her for an Acorn Club badge and let her know what you have discovered about your family.