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Hello! Lockleaze Community Weekend 2018

Our next fun, family weekend is for visitors who live in Lockleaze, or families with children who go to school in this area.

When

3 Mar - 4 Mar

How Much

Free

Who for

Families who have a valid flyer and live in Lockleaze and/or have children who go to school in the area




Hello! Community Weekends are a chance for families and community groups to discover We The Curious, for free.

All ages are welcome to join in with a whole range of interactive activities, including:

  • Special activities and programmes to be announced, including storytelling and lots of hands-on activities
  • Explore over 250 hands-on exhibits
  • Plus, gaze at the stars inside our Planetarium*, inside the big silver ball on Millennium Square! (*small additional fee applies)


Entry

To qualify for free entry, visitors must bring and complete the Hello! Lockleaze flyer which will be distributed through local community groups and schools.* Ask your local commuity group or school for a flyer, fill it out and bring it along on 3 or 4 March to get a free day of hands-on science fun!

*Please be aware that We The Curious reserves the right to refuse admission if the venue reaches capacity.

Top tips

  • Visitors with a valid wristband can leave and re-enter the venue as they wish
  • Indoor picnic area available where you can bring your own food
  • Prayer room available on request

Please note: if you are organising a minibus, please arrange parking in advance by calling our Bookings team on 0117 915 1000 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm, excluding bank holidays).

About Hello! Community Weekends

Hello! Community Weekends make up part of We The Curious' Community Engagement programme. As a charity, our vision is to ‘create a culture of curiosity'. You can find out more about our charitable aims here.

If you have any questions about our Hello! Community Weekends or want to add your community-based organisation to the mailing list, please e-mail community@wethecurious.org

 

Image credit: Paul Blakemore Photography