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Youngsters invited to Kensington Palace event
Published: Monday 27th of July 2009
Children aged between 13 and 19 are being invited to Kensington Palace for a one-day event.
The Creative Quarter will take place on November 13th and invites children to discover what the future may hold for them in terms of creative jobs.
Young students will be able to meet experts from the fields of design, science and art to discuss their prospects and take part in workshops.
Last year's event saw over 200 students attending, who were treated to talks on the chemistry of food and the physics of music.
Anyone visiting London who fancies a look at the top attraction that is Kensington Palace can do so for free with the London Pass.
Once purchased, the pass can save people money on over 55 attractions and a whole host of other offers, saving £12.50 on the cost of an adult ticket and £6.25 on a child's.
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