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A two-metre square quilt designed and produced by Traveller parents and children has been unveiled in Belfast as a celebration of children’s rights.

A new musical adventure for children aged three and above is playing at Chelsea Theatre until Christmas Eve.

A rainbow-winged ‘shird’ - a cross between a sheep and a bird - drawing was among the winners of childcare insurer Morton Michel’s annual art competition - this year to design a bird.

The Great Big Tree Climbing Co is working with schools to offer an exciting non-competitive adventure for children from the age of six.

Children are invited to draw or paint a bird for childcare insurer Morton Michel’s annual design competition.

A new national programme aims to support children’s musical development in the early years.

The WHY? What's Happening for the Young festival comes to Southbank Centre, London for a second year, celebrating the rights of children and young people.

Pirate's Quest in Newquay, Cornwall is offering daily 'toddler tours', specially designed to keep pre-school children entertained, alongside their existing interactive walking tour.

More than 700,000 four- and five-year-olds will be given a free picture book to celebrate Booktime's tenth birthday.

There were ghostly goings on for children from Busy Bears Nursery in Durham when they met the cast and crew of The Phantom of the Opera.

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