Brighton Science Festival comes to Billingshurst

Billingshurst event

The Brighton Science Festival is coming to Billingshurst on Friday 29th May 2015.  It looks like a fairground. It IS a fairground, but each of the stalls has a surprise, something to grapple your mind, to discover, explore and play with. The Incredible Machine, the Amazing Shrinking Puppet Booth, upside-down Goggles, Bat the Rat, Pin the Tail on the Whale, plus many incredible other things, plus incredible talks from Richard Robinson – (“Victor Meldrew meets Basil Fawlty! Fantastically engaging!”)

Sussex Green Living’s green recycled stand, Pedro and his recycled robots will be there, playing green games and giving ideas as to how people can lead a greener life.

Venue: Billingshurst Centre, Roman Way, Billingshurst RH14 9QW

Date:       Friday 29th May

Time:      From 11 am until 5 pm

Tickets:   £5 per ticket. Under 7s free. (No unaccompanied children, sorry)  Family ticket: 2 adults, 2 children – £18

This festival was created by science magicians Richard Robinson (director of Brighton Science Festival) and Jonathan Hare (BBC’s Rough Science). Catch it while you can!

Also available for schools.
– Suitable for students aged 7-14
– Covers curriculum topics Key Stage 2-3
– Available as an all-day funfair or individual 1hr sessions
– Prices from £250
– Find out more from richard@brightonscience.com

More information about the Sussex Green Living Green Days for schools can be read here.