Amazed by Science! For Free.

Organisers of the Amazed by Science festival have announced the final event programme for their free science festival, happening across Cheshire and Warrington during May half term from Saturday 24th May to Sunday 1st June.
The festival aims to make science fun and exciting for children and their parents, with a focus on attracting young people to the wide range of careers in the field of science and technology. The programme includes a spectacular live Science Show with Air Products at Crewe Lyceum, a strand of bee trails and bee-keeping demonstrations at several venues including Norton Priory, an ‘Amazed By Maths’ coding event sponsored by MBNA at Chester Racecourse for budding digital masterminds; and a chance to meet an Astronomer in your lunch time at Jodrell Bank.

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Children being amazed, by science.

To find out more about the free events available, parents are being asked to sign up for alerts and information on the website at http://www.amazedbyscience.com or by following @amazedbyscience on twitter or via the facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/amazedbyscience  All festival events are free to attend and what better way to spend time with the family than at a whole list of fantastic attractions across the region.’ Venues involved in the festival include Jodrell Bank, Norton Priory, Daresbury Science Park, Delamere Forest, Chester Zoo, Macclesfield Silk Museum, Warrington Museum, Chester Cathedral, Reaseheath Agricultural College, Tatton Park and the Hack Green Nuclear Bunker.

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