Dunbar SciFest 2015 - 7th & 8th March 2015
Community Windpower Ltd and BeGreen Dunbar are looking forward to attending and exhibiting at the 5th Dunbar SciFest taking place this weekend in Dunbar, East Lothian.
The amazing weekend-long community science festival for families in south-east Scotland builds upon the phenomenal success of last year’s festival, where an extraordinary mix of 83 event providers delivered 100 different events - 227 activities over 11 days to 8,500 visitors.
The Dunbar SciFest 2015 Family Weekend is on Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 March 2015 (10am - 5pm both days) in the John Muir Campus of Dunbar Primary School and the Bleachingfield Community Centre. Families can get stuck into wacky workshops, sit back and enjoy the Viridor Science Stage Shows and have family fun at diverse drop-in sessions within in the Community Windpower Marquees.
For under-fives, there’s storytelling and soft play. The stage shows are presented in British Sign Language or are BSL/English interpreted. Book tickets online: Family tickets (2 Adults & 3 Children) cost just £15, with £20 Weekend Family Ticket (£5 per adult & £3 per child).
Community Windpower are proud to be continuing their support for this annual Science Event in Dunbar and have donated £3,500 to sponsor the two marquees to house the many Science exhibits and drop-in sessions. We wish the organisers and exhibitors every success for the weekend and encourage everyone to visit this exciting, educational and fun event.
Visit www.dunbarscifest.org.uk for details on events, venues, tickets and travel options. This year tickets can now be book online.
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