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Marlborough Science Fair

Saturday, 16 March, 2013 - 11:00 to 15:00

The fourth Marlborough Science Fair will take place on Saturday, 16th March 2013.

This day will give young or old the opportunity to experience the wonderful world of science in an inspirational but relaxing family environment.

There will be numerous hands on experiments to participate in; planetariums to see the Universe, the opportunity to be inspired with two fun and lively science shows, a plethora of fun science, technology and maths activities, a chance to visit the science labs or make rockets in our sports hall and numerous other exhibitors.

We will be joined by Wiltshire Fire and Police Services, Science Museum, Crofton Beam Engines, Wilton Windmill and the Institute of Physics to name but a few, the list continues to grow.

Come along for a great family day out; don’t take just our word about how good the event will be. Previous visitor comments include: “Every year it gets better”, “Another great event at St John’s”, “Really fun way to spend time with my children“ and “Thought it was superb – venue, student helpers, staff and organisation”.

Remember this is a FREE community event, please come and join us.

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Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, General Science, Physics and Technology
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