MAN: Good morning,Synmouth Museum.Can I helpyou?
WOMAN: Oh yes.Good morning.I'm interested in thechildren's workshops and I'd like a little moreinformation,please.
MAN: Do you mean the Art and Craft workshops?
WOMAN: Yes.A friend of a friend mentioned them -the children do painting and make models and soforth.
MAN: Yes,of course.Um,where to begin?First ofall,as you probably know,they run every Saturday.
WOMAN: Fine.And what about ages?
MAN: Well,all ages from five upwards are welcome,though we do ask that chlidren below eightyears of age are accompanied by an adult.
WOMAN: Fine.That wouldn't be a problem.What about cost?
MAN: Well,I think you'll find them very reasonable.It's ￡2.50 a child,with 80 pence off for twoor more children from the same family.
WOMAN: Oh yes,very reasonable.And are they held in the main museum?
MAN: Not exactly.They're nearby.
WOMAN: Could you give me the full address?I don't know the area very well.
MAN: Yes,it's Winter House.
MAN: And that's in Tamer Street.
WOMAN: Could you spell that please?
MAN: Yes,T-A-M-E-R Street.
MAN: And I do need to tell you that there's a security entrance,so you need to press the green button for someone to let you in.Don't press the red button please,but don't worry,it's all clearly labelled.
WOMAN: OK.And one more question - is parking available nearby?We're driving in from out of town.
MAN: Your best bet is to leave your car at the back of the library - on a Saturday morning there are plenty of spaces there.It's right next door to the museum.
WOMAN: And can I ask about booking places?
MAN: Yes,and I must tell you,you really should book by calling the education department here.
WOMAN: Oh,I'm sorry,should I have rung them instead of the main museum number?
MAN: No,that's fine this time,please don't worry.But for future reference,I'll give you the direct number.It's two hundred-seven-six-five.
WOMAN: Great,I've got that.