The team will be on hand to answer questions and help you find out how to get into astronomy at home.
If cloud, rain or wind prevents practical observation, there will be interesting demos, activities and talks. Little ones will be occupied by an astronomy themed craft table and books for all ages will be available to browse and buy.
Suitable for all levels, no previous experience necessary. Tea, coffee and squash will be provided.
Important Info Please dress for the weather. It is advised that you wear boots in case the ground is muddy!
Suitable for children aged 5 and up. Children must be accompanied.
Child - £6.00
Adult - £8.00
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